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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

HENRY A. WALLACE, Secrelar, 



Washington 25, D. C. 



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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

J. C. CAPT, Dtrtllor 




REPORT NO. FT 405 






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UNITED STATES EXPORTS 

OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE 

UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM 



CALENDAR YEAR 1944 



COMMODITY TOTALS 



(Revised through February 1945. Later revisions 
will be supplied upon request) 



PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF 

J. EDWARD ELY 

Chief, Foreign Trade Division 

Buieau of the Census 



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This report provides detailed information on United States export trade under the Lend-Lease 
program for 1944- which heretofore has been withheld from dissemination to the public for reasons 
of security. Military equipment items and those commodities which were designated as strategic 
and critical materials by the appropriate government agencies are shown in detail in this report. 

NOVKI/BLR 1945 



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Bureau of the Census 

J. C. CAPT, Director 

PHILIP M. HAUSER, Assistant Director 

MORRIS H. HANSEN, Statistical Assistant to the Director 

RALPH E. GALLOWAY, Executive Assistant to the Director 

Foreign Trade Division 

J. EDWARD ELY, Chief 
IRVING WEISS, Assistant Chief 

Classifications and Codes— Frederick W. Harrison 
Export and Shipping Statistics— William C. Flaherty- 
Export and Lend-Lease Statistics— Milton Kaufman 
Shipping Statistics — Nathan Habib 
Import Statistics — Frank C. Bauer 



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Monthly totals, startin? with figures for 
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TABLE OP CONTENTS 

Group 

Code Number Description Page 

Exports of Domestic Merchandise 2 

00 Animals and Animal Products , Edible 2 

Animals and Animal Products, Inedible 2 

1 Vegetable Pood Products and Beverages 3 

2 Vegetable Products, Inedible 4 

3 Textile Fibers and Manufactures 6 

4 Wood and Paper 8 

5 Nonmetallic Minerals 10 

6 Metals and Manufactures 12 

7 Machinery and Vehicles 16 

8 Chemicals and Related Products 22 

9 Miscellaneous 26 

Exports of Foreign Merchandise 33 

00 Animals and Animal Products, Edible 33 

Animals and Animal Products, Inedible 33 

1 Vegetable Food Products and Beverages 33 

2, Vegetable Products, Inedible 33 

3 Textile Fibers and Manufactures 33 

4 Wood and Paper 33 

5 Nonmetallic Minerals 33 

6 Metals and Manufactures 33 

7 Machinery and Vehicles 33 

8 Chemicals and Related Products 33 

9 Miscellaneous 33 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944 



Coawjodlty 
cod. Ho. 
' (Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Het 

quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



Sonaodity 

code No 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Coenodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Ret 

quantity 



Tain* 
(dollari) 



•eight 
poawjrfa] 



001000 
001200 
001511 
001600 
001BOO 



002000 
002100 
002200 

002700 
002800 
002900 
005000 

005200 

005400 
005 500 



005618 
005690 
003700 

005800 

005901 
005909 
004000 
004100 

004500 

004400 

004500 



004600 
004700 
004900 



00S000 
005100 
006200 
005500 
005600 
005900 



006000 
006100 
006200 
006500 
006400 
006500 

006750 

006790 
006900 



007000 
007100 
007200 
007500 

007400 



007700 
007800 

007901 
007905 
007996 



00841V 
008500 
008601 

008605 



GROUP 00.— ASTUaLS AND ANIMAL 
PRODUCTS, EDIBLE 



1,255^09,724 



4,752,161.252 



ANIMALS, EDIBLE 



Cattle for breeding 

Other cattle 

Hogs (swine) 

Sheep 

Poultry, lire 



MEAT PRODUCTS 



Beef and real: 

Fresh or frozen Lb, 

Pickled or cured Lb. 

Horse meat Lb. 

Porkt 

Fresh or frozen pork Lb. 

Ham and shoulders, cured Lb. 

Bacon Lb. 

Cumberland and Wiltshire 

sides Lb. 

Other pork, pickled or 

salted Lb. 

Mutton and lamb. Lb. 

Sausage, bologna and frank- 
furters , not canned Lb. 

Beef canned: 
Corned beef , beef hash , and 
hamburger steak in tins or 

glass Lb. 

Roast, and boiled beef Lb. 

Other canned beef Lb. 

Pork, canned Lb. 

Sausage, bologna and frank- 
furters , canned Lb. 

Chicken, canned Lb. 

Other canned meat Lb. 

Poultry and game, fresh Lb. 

Kidneys and livers, fresh, 

frozen, or cured Lb. 

Tongues, fresh, frozen, pickled, 

or cured Lb. 

Sausage ingredients, salted or 

otherwise cured Lb. 

Other meats, n.e.e Lb. 

Sausage casings ; bladders , bungs , 
middles, rounds or weasands: 

Hog Lb. 

Beef Lb. 

Other Lb. 

ANIMAL OILS AND FATS, EDIBLE 

Oleo oil Lb. 

Oleo stock Lb. 

Tallow Lb. 

Lard, including neutral lard. . .Lb. 

Oleo stearin Lb. 

Oleomargarine of animal or vege- 
table fats Lb. 

DA1RT PRODUCTS 
Uilk and cream: 

Fresh and sterilized Gal. 

Condensed (eweetened) Lb. 

Evaporated (unsweetened) Lb . 

Dried whole milk Lb. 

Dried skimmed milk Lb. 

Butter Lb. 

Cheese: 
Processed, blended, and 

spreads Lb . 

Other cheese Lb. 

Infants' foods, malted milk, 
etc Lb. 

FISH 

Fresh fishl 

Salmon Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Oysters, fresh, in the shell... Lb. 
Oysters, fresh, shucked, frozen, 

or in ice Lb. 

Shrimp, fresh, frozen, or in 

ice Lb. 

Shrimp, dried Lb. 

Fish, salted, pickled, or dry- 
cured! 

Salmon Lb. 

Cod, haddock, hake, pollock, 

cusk Lb. 

Herring Lb. 

Sardines Lb. 

Other fish salted, pickled, or 

dry-cured Lb. 

Fish, canned: 

Salmon Lb. 

Sardines Lb. 

Cod, haddock, hake, pollock, 

and cusk Lb. 

•Herring Lb. 

Other canned fish, except 
shellfish Lb. 



16,880,088 
516,524 



4,277,004 
122,945 



548,464,067 
78,595,479 
120,645,792 

2,785,414 

251,285,815 
24,708,680 

1,515,152 



595,578 

877,697 
120,055,020 

255,147,609 

57,722 

215,195,979 

504,818 

9,757,601 

851,127 

209,817 
66,512,597 

7,060,258 
52,491 



2,756,084 

140,529 

1,809,656 

700,286,662 



77,451,050 



155,277,565 
21,S4S,722 
29,217,556 

675,512 

45,051,179 

6,005,671 

471,552 



186,778 
57,705,647 

81,957,115 

48,549 

88,117,565 

151,445 

1,082,946 

251,925 

29,175 
25,942,195 

6,489,208 
51,026 



407,004 

19,671 

228,194 

120 ,887 ,078 



14,414,079 



42,471,470 
515,507,725 

21,275,455 
201,955,250 

86,690,155 



245,856,068 
51,251,195 



6,912,819 
60,114,654 

8,207,506 
55,257,597 
47,878,772 



75,S5S,150 
15,616,455 



419,582 



56,000 
1,494 



49,172,979 
57,755,160 



82,650 
751,914 



17.S64.792 
671,775 



594,515,660 
83,579,962 
155,884,105 

5,027,781 

281,608,855 
25,267,66* 



1,106,529 
157,622,976 

542,267,854 

75,518 

282,762,760 

560,509 

4,187,145 

928,570 

267,570 
84,652,129 



7,965,021 
57,145 



5,255,898 

165,585 

2,141,554 

799,652,774 



95,586,155 



52,095,152 
645,162,651 

24,940,544 
228,896,616 
105,528,694 



274,205,785 

57,725,510 



1,826 



,566,585 
,585,850 



US, ISO 



2,126,985 



008700 
008801 
008805 
00880S 
008898 
009005 
009005 
009007 
009096 



009200 

009505 
009507 
009598 
009400 

009500 
009800 
009900 



020101 
020102 
020105 
020104 



020601 
020602 
020605 
020604 

020701 
020702 
020705 
020704 
025001 
025002 
025005 
025004 
025005 
025006 
025007 
025008 
025005 
025004 
025005 
025006 
025010 
025012 
025015 
025016 
025098 



050000 
050200 



C5C41C 
050420 

050510 
CS0S20 
050700 

050800 
050900 

051000 
151100 



oaisio 

051250 
051500 
051900 

052100 
052500 
052 400 



052700 
0S2SOC 



GROUP 00.— AN DIALS AND ANIMAL 
PRODUCTS, EDIBLE — Continued 

FISH — Continued 
Pish, canned — Continued 
Shellfish- 
Shrimp Lb. 

Lobster Lb, 

Crab meat and crabs Lb. 

Clams and oysters Lb. 

Other Lb 

Lobster , fresh Lb, 

Crabs, fresh Lb. 

Clams, fresh Lb, 

Other fish and fish products 
n.e.e Lb 

OTHER EDIBLE ANIMAL PRODUCTS 

Eggs, in the shell Dos. 

Egg products, n.e.s.: 

Dried Lb 

Frozen Lb 

Other wise preserved Lb 

Meat extracts and bouillon 

cubes Lb 

Gelatin Lb. 

Egg albumen Lb 

Other edible animal products, 
n.e.s 



2,296,045 

75 



l,sos,s*s 

112 



SCO 

245,102,254 



10,501 
246,595 



1S6 
299,550,088 



10S 
15,842 
485 /M 



5 ,668,707 
99 



14,208 



BBC 
284,580,124 



eo.TSi 
m.ou 



GROUP 0.— ANIMALS AND ANIMAL 
PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE 



50.557,125 



HIDES AND SKINS, RAW, EXCEPT FURS 

Cattle hides: 

dry, over 12 pounds .Lb 

dry, over 12 pounds Piece 

wet, over 25 pounds Lb. 

wet, over 25 pounds Piece 

Calf and kip skins: 
Calf skins — 

Dry, not over 6 pounds Lb. 

Dry, not over 6 pounds. . .Piece 
Wet, not over 12 pounds.... Lb 
Wet, not over 12 pounds. .Piece 
Kip skins — 
Dry. not over 12 pounds. .. .Lb. 
Dry, not over 12 pounds. .Piece 

Wet, not over 25 pounds Lb, 

Wet, not over 25 pounds. .Piece 

Sheep skins, dry Lb. 

Sheep skins, dry Piece 

Sheep skins, wet Lb, 

Sheep skins , wet Piece 

Lamb skins, dry Lb, 

Lamb skins, dry Piece 

Lamb skins, wet Lb, 

Lamb skins, wet Piece 

Carabao hides Lb. 

Carabao hides Piece 

Horse hides Lb. 

Horse hides Piece 

Goat skins....'. Lb. 

Goat skins Piece 

Kid skins Lb 

Kid skins Piece 

Other hides and skins Lb. 

LEATHER 

Upper leather: 

Cattle, side upper — 
Grain — 

Black 

Other 

Splits- 
Finished 

Wax and rough... 
Calf and kip- 
Black— 

Sidee 

Whole skins . . 
Other — 

Sides 

Whole skins. . 
Sheep and lamb... 
Goat and kid- 
Black 

Other 

Horse and colt . . . 
Other upper leather 

n.e.e 

Patent upper leather: 
Cattle 



.Sq.ft 
.Sq.ft 



Sq.ft 

lb 



Sq.ft 

Sq.ft 

Sq.ft 

Sq.ft 

Sq.ft 

Sq.ft 

Sq.ft 

Sq.ft 



1,005,564 
1,106,829 



•01,808 



260,774 



578,495 
1,215,071 



..Sq.ft. 

..Sq.ft 
Whole calf and whole kip.. Sq.ft 

Goat and kid Sq. ft 

Other Sq.ft 

Lining leather: 

Sheep end lamb Sq.ft 

Other lining leather Sq.ft 

Sole leather (bends, backs, and 
sides) Lb 

Boot and shoe cut stock: 

Soles, outer Doz.prs 

Other cut stock 



515,651 
526,187 



155,205 



-:,-:- 



188,198 
574,565 



5,749,684 



16,589,111 
45,480 



7.257,400 



•'1,272 
2,516289 



881,181 

405,68' 



96,057 



224,170 
800,(08 



4,578,475 



16,-4-\24C 



159,297 
5,781,150 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 0.— ANIMALS AND ANIMAL 
PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE— Cont. 

LEATHER — Continued 

Belting leather Lb. 

Sola and belting leather offal: 
Shoulders, nocks, and • 

bellies Lb. 

Other Lb, 

Clove and garment leather: 

Sheep and lamb Sq.ft. 

Pig and hog Sq.ft, 

Other glove and garment 

leather Sq.ft, 

Upholstery and automobile 

leather Sq.ft, 

Case, bag and strap leather. Sq.ft, 
Reptilian and aquatic leather, 

for all purposes Lb, 

Other leather and tanned skins 

LEATHER MANUFACTURES 

Leather welting ( . 

Boots, shoes, and other footwear 
with leather uppers t 
Boots and shoe* — 
Men's— 

McKay eewwd Pair 

Welt Pair 

Stitchdown Pair 

Other Pair 

Youths' and boys' Pair 

Women's and mioses ' — 

McKay sewed Pair 

Turn or turned Pair 

Welt ?air 

Stitchdown Pal 

With cemented soles Pair 

Other Pair 

Infante' and children 1 s. . .Pair 

Slippers Pair 

Soots, shoes, and other footwear 
with uppers of materials other 
than leather: 

Leather soled Pair 

Other Pair 

Discontinued models, old styles, 

and second-hand shoes 

Leather gloves and 

mittens Dos. Pre 

Leather belting, new Lb. 

Harness and saddles 

Women's and children's handbags, 
pocket books, and purses: 

Leather No 

Other materials Ku 

Card cases, change purses, 
wallets, and similar articles: 

Leather No 

Other materials No. 

Luggage and related articles: 

Leather , 

Other materials 

Belts to be worn on the person 

Leather 

Other materials. . .1 

Leather wearing apparel 

Other leather manufactures.... 



FURS AND MANUFACTURES 

Undressed: 

Civet cat 

Silver and black fox 

Red fox 

Other fox 

Uuskrat , northern 

Muekrat , southern 

Raccoon 

Skunk 

Opossum 

Mink 

Coney, rabbit, and hare.... 

Ermine and weasel 

Pitch and kollnaki 

Squirrel 

Lamb, kid, sheep and goat.. 

Other undressed furs 

Dressed or dyed: 

Fox, silver and black 

Muskrat 

Fur-seal 

Lamb and sheep 

Other dressed or dyed furs. 

Fur wearing apparel 

Furwaste, fur pieces, and 

damaged fur skins 

Other fur manufactures 



Net 
quantity 



384,791 
49,584 



966,598 
1,489,772 

147 ,217 

2,934,144 

19, SSI 

64,058 

11,544 
70,850 



2,260 
48,361 
79,711 



1,383,573 
3,176 



776 
172,559 



6,720 



Value 

(dollars) 



161,476 
23,512 



3,969,006 

6,398,194 

660 ,023 

12,466,545 

53,430 

212,841 
27,597 
292 ,914 



5,755,460 
6,127 



9,585 
384,196 
582 ,292 



ANIMAL OILS AND GREASES, INEDIBLE 

Neat ' s-f oot oil Lb 

Lard oil Lb 

Sperm and whale oil Lb 

Other inedible animal oils Lb 



6,379 

1,032,499 

83, 511 

1,624,071 

113,028 



2,000 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



587,001 
49,736 



55,648 



5,515 


482 


7,255 


075 


696 


58 R 


15,150 


427 


61 


851 


170 


658 


19 


623 


222 


511 



4,161 
86,787 
124,048 



7 ,407 ,094 
5,578 

50,205 

2,588 

190,502 

1,088,282 



7,200 



11,120 

814,866 
79 ,097 
614,587 
101,505 



145 
55 ,057 



Commodity 
cod* No 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



oeisoo 

084500 
084700 
084900 
085700 
065805 
UBSMUH 



090000 
090100 
090500 
090900 
092500 
092900 

095500 



094205 
094298 
099905 
099925 

099925 
099998 



101100 
101500 
102100 
105100 
105200 
105500 
105600 
105700 

104100 

104500 
104400 

105500 
105700 



105800 
106100 
107100 
107500 

107400 



107800 
108000 

108100 

109000 
109500 
109900 



110100 

111600 
111600 
111900 
112100 
112200 
112500 
112400 
112905 

112998 
114000 
118000 
118200 
118 500 
119000 

119900 



120110 

120150 

120210 

I 120250 



Commodity description end unit 
of quantity 



CROUP 0.— ANIMALS AND ANIUAL 
PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE— Cont. 

ANIMAL OILS AND CREASES, 
INEDIBLE — Continued 

Pish olle Lb. 

Grease stearin Lb. 

Oleic aold, or red oil Lb. 

Stearic acid Lb. 

Tallow, inedible Lb. 

Hog grease and wool grease Lb. 

Other animal greases and fats.. Lb. 

OTHER INEDIBLE ANIMALS AND 
ANIMAL PRODUCTS 

Animals: 
Horses — 

For breeding No. 

Other No. 

Mules, asses and burros No. 

Other live animals 

Feathers, crude, not dressed. . .Lb. 
Pea there, dressed, and manu- 
factures of feathers 

Bristles, sorted, bunched or 

prepared Lb. 

Glue of animal origin: 

Casein glue Lb 

Other Lb. 

Casein Lb. 

Mother-of-pearl shells, 

unmanufactured Lb. 

Other shells, unmanufactured. . .Lb. 
Other animal products, inedible... 

GROUP 1.— VEGETABLE POOD 
PRODUCTS AND BEVERAGES 



GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS 

Barley (bu. 48 lbs.) Bu, 

Malt (bu. 54 lbs.) Bu, 

Buckwheat (bu. 48 lbs) Bu, 

Corn (bu. 56 lbs.) Bu, 

Commeal (bbl. 196 lbs.) Bbl, 

Hominy and corn grits Lb, 

Kafir and milo (bu. 56 lbs.)...Bu, 
Corn cereal foods, ready to 

eat Lb, 

Oats (bu. 52 lbs.) Bu, 

Oatmeal, groats and rolled oats: 

In bulk (eaoke or bags) Lb. 

In packages (cases or 

cartons) Lb 

Paddy or rough rice Lb 

Milled rice, including brown 

rice, broken rice and rice 

screening Lb 

Rice flour, meal, and polish... Lb 

Rye (bu. 56 lbs.) Bu 

Wheat (bu. 60 lbs.) Bu 

Wheat flour, wholly of United 

States wheat (bbl. 196 lbs.). Bbl 
Other wheat flour (bbl. 196 

lbs.) Bbl 

Macaroni , spaghetti , noodles , 

vermicelli, and macaroni 

products Lb 

Biscuits and crackers Lb 

wheat cereal foods, ready to 

eat Lb 

Wheat cereal foods , to be 

cooked Lb 

Wheat semolina Lb 

Cereal foods, n.e.s Lb 

Other grains and preparations.... 

FODDERS AND PEEDS 

Hay (ton 2,240 lbs.) Ton 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal: 

Cottonseed cake Ton 

Linseed cake Ton 

Other oil cake Ton 

Cottonseed meal Ton 

Linseed meal Ton 

Babassu cake and meal Ton 

Soybean oil-cake meal Ton 

Copra oil cake and oil-cake 

meal Ton 

Other oil-cake meal Ton 

Fish meal for feed Ton 

Mixed dairy and poultry feeds.. Ton 

Oyster shells Ton 

Other prepared and mixed feeds. Ton 
Wheat feeds, bran, middlings, 

etc Ton 

Other feeds Ton 

VEGETABLES AND PREPARATIONS 

Beans, dry, ripe Lb. 

Seed beans Lb. 

Peas, dry, ripe Lb. 

Seed peas Lb. 



Net 
quantity 



14,000 



6,409 


2,050 


259,059 


57,656 


42,000 


5,200 


10,582 


4,565 


6,625 


1,078 



11, 

211 
,906 



242,495,550 



11,055 
75,572 

851,874 

1S4 

7,514,559 



60,020 
18,596 



17,554,589 
2,000 



65,649,618 
154,447 

966,875 

6,254,555 

20,295 



6,654,897 
6,459,247 

120,028 

10,484,555 
71,025,545 
4,574,542 



SO 
4,018 



188,765,270 

5,581,865 

145,169,940 



Value 
(dollar.) 



2,410 



550 
596,868 



5,059 
57,072 
611,915 



552,585 



24,046 
200,556 

1,558,465 
170 

311,112 



5,126 

20,713 



1,555,559 
142 



4,645,693 
11,684 

1,849,886 

25,465,026 

142,051 



748,122 
1,090,945 

10,804 

443,597 
2,508,297 

345,524 
1,499,211 



Shlpplnt 
weight 
(pounds) 



15,080 

14,756 
244,854 
63,500 
25,146 
7,009 



2,400 
2,400,645 



2,131 



13,827 

224,150 

2,936,775 



2,966,295,176 



5,062 
268, 61S 



12,614,101 

873,166 

9,087,616 



20,147,8651 2,246,061 



555,215 
2,544,764 

47,712,929 

30,500 
7,419,826 



75,461 

604,156 



6,528,888 



21,167,518 
2,007 



66,056,895 
155,200 

58,569,219 

628,055,825 

2,049,800 



7,795,476 
8,323,502 

148,904 

10,7««,w7e 

71,622,714 

5,404,413 

SS,S4"?,S91 



1,697,150 



10,000 



2,754 



116,655 
9,041,808 



190,587,750 

5,430,696 

146,821,545 

20,507,025 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 

(pounds) 



Comraodity 
code No 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity ■ description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
qoantlt? 



7alue 
fellsn 



•eight 
poafldw] 



120700 
120800 
120900 
121000 
121100 
121500 
122400 

124100 
124200 

124500 
124400 
124500 
124600 
124700 
124800 
124900 

12S000 
12S10O 

126210 
12629S 
126298 
125500 
125600 
125905 
125905 
125911 
125998 



150100 
150200 
150500 
150500 
130700 

150900 
131000 
131100 
151200 
151500 
151410 
151450 
151S00 
151600 
151700 
151800 
151910 
151990 

152100 
152200 
152400 
132SOO 
132600 
152700 
15 Z800 
152900 
155005 
153098 

135100 



155200 
155500 
155400 
153SO0 
133600 
134000 
134100 
134200 
134500 
154400 
134SOO 
134600 
154700 
154900 

135005 
155098 



157400 

137500 
137610 
1376S0 
137710 
137750 
137903 
137905 
157907 
1J?:>9H 



CROUP 1.— VEGETABLE POOD 
PRODUCTS AND BEVERAGES— Cont . 

VEGETABLES AND PREPARATIONS— 
Continued 

Vegetables, fresh: 

Beans Lb 

Onions Lb. 

Peas , green Lb 

Peppers Lb 

Potatoes, white Lb. 

Tomatoes Lb. 

Other fresh vegetables 

Vegetables, canned: 

Asparagus Lb 

Baked beans , and pork and 
beans Lb. 

Corn Lb. 

Peas Lb. 

Soups Lb. 

Tomatoes Lb. 

Tomato paste and puree Lb. 

Tomato Juice Lb. 

Other canned vegetables and 

juices Lb . 

Pickles Lb. 

Ketchup, chill sauce, and other 

tomato table sauces Lb. 

Mayonnaise and salad dressings. Lb. 

Olives Lb. 

Other sauces and relishes Lb. 

Vinegar Gal. 

Yeast Lb. 

Dehydrated vegetables Lb. 

Farinaceous substances Lb. 

Soya flour (edible) Lb. 

Other vegetable preparations 



254,557 
5,000 



14,852 
500 



1,204,900 
704 



726 

20,539,342 
190 
47,614,717 
3,170,913 
26,783,060 
26,349,140 
39,443 

153,910,079 
2,415,012 

63 

2,380 

SO 

2,064,628 

23,346 

1,010,614 

54,605,715 

53,968,880 



57,796 

35 

164,169 



1,450,241 

22 

4,780,928 

355,558 

2,308,972 

3,204,825 

5,166 

13,293,531 
315,955 

10 

476 

15 

260,152 

16,702 

461,268 

25,216,172 

2 ,712 ,242 
4,857,530 



FRUITS AND PREPARATIONS 

Subtropical fruits: 

Bananas Bunch 

Grapefruit '. Box 

Lemons and limes Box 

Oranges Box 

Pineapples Box 

Other fresh fruits: 

Cherries Lb . 

Apples in baskets Bkt. 

Apples in boxes Box 

Apples in barrels Bbl . 

Berries Lb. 

Watermelons Lb. 

Otner melons Lb. 

Grapes Lb. 

Pears Lb. 

Peaches Lb. 

Prunes and plums Lb. 

Apricots Lb. 

Other fresh fruits 

Dried and evaporated fruits: 

Dried fruits for salad Lb. 

Pears Lb. 

Raisins and currants Lb. 

Apples Lb. 

Apricots Lb. 

Peaches Lb. 

Prunes Lb. 

Apple waste Lb. 

Figs Lb. 

Other dried and evaporated 

fruits Lb. 

Date, fresh, dried or other- 
wise prepared Lb. 

Canned fruits: 

Grapefruit Lb. 

Logan berries Lb. 

Other canned berries Lb. 

Apples and apple sauce Lb. 

Grapes Lb. 

Apricot s Lb . 

Cherries Lb. 

Prunes and plums Lb. 

Peaches Lb. 

Pears Lb. 

Pineapples Lb. 

Fruits for salad Lb. 

Other canned fruits Lb. 

Preserved fruits. Jellies, 

and Jams Lb. 

Fruit pulp Lb. 

Other fruit preparations Lb. 



NUTS 

Apricots and peach pits 

and kernels 

Peanute 

Pecans, shelled 

Pecans, not shelled... 

Walnuts, shelled 

Walnuts, not shelled.. 

Almonds, sweet 

Bracll or cream nuts.. 

Filberts 

Other nute 



196 

5i4 



1,574 
3,117 



70,347 
12,198 



245,673 
153,727 



33,408 
33,792 



4,909 
4,663 



,700,191 
,281,823 
,095,516 
,577,261 
,949,158 
,958,155 
52,451 
26,046 



1,195,752 

25,141,403 

4,781,621 

2,978,703 

5,522,058 

10,546,134 

15.73S 

8,158 



9,151,184 
75 

2,572,798 
57,624,640 

9,054,874 
21,012.079 

7,041,209 
18,654,141 



755,646 
275,554 
320,494 



54,987 

34,987 

1,155,783 

19 

225,752 

4,466,427 

1,517,798 

2.558,252 

984 ,892 

2,143,956 

508.174 
149,531 

87,737 



259,987 
4,100 



1,349,501 

880 

520,571 

922 

24,741,425 

228 
59,845,255 
4,192,910 
35,025,048 
31,987,475 
49,740 

170,939,296 
2,870,856 

76 

2,800 

76 

2,521,631 

286,043 

1,311,498 

69,883,808 

54,606,620 
53,743,062 



16,924 
44,541 



3,519,025 
1,952,000 



43,776 
43,592 



5,129,841 

185,658,116 

14,653,561 

8,569,850 

20,758,703 

84,659,280 

55,835 

29,172 



4,721,150 



382,566 
382,366 
11. 416, 198 
128 
3,239,811 
47,670,505 
11,371,311 
26,552,802 
8,948,86'' 
25,150,063 

2,057,164 

1,662,453 

378 ,787 



142000 
142500 
145000 
14310C 
144100 
144200 
144700 
144901 
144905 

144904 
144905 
144998 



150100 
150200 
1S0500 
150500 
151100 
151200 
151300 



154901 
154902 
1S4903 
154905 
154907 
154911 
154915 
154998 



161905 
162900 

163400 
163S00 
163700 
165900 
164200 

164500 
164400 
164700 



170200 

170300 
170400 

171400 
171600 
171900 



175000 
176100 



177200 
177500 
177600 
177900 
178000 



Booieo 

20C400 
800000 



2006O1 

Noeos 

BO1100 

201205 

201298 
801400 
201600 
B017 V 



GROUP 1.— VEGETABLE FOOD 
PRODUCTS AND BEVERAGES— Cont 

VEGETABLE OILS AND FATS, EDIBLE 

Coconut oil, refined (edible).. Lb 

Cottonseed oil, refined Lb 

Soybean oil Lb 

Peanut oil Lb 

Com oil Lb, 

Cocoa butter Lb. 

Cooking fats other than lard... Lb 

Olive oil, edible Lb 

Pain and pain-kernel oil , edible 

or refined Lb, 

Rapeeeed oil, refined Lb 

Vegetable stearin Lb. 

Other edible vegetable oils and 

fats Lb 

COCOA, COFFEE AND TEA 

Cocoa beans Lb. 

Cocoa, powdered Lb. 

Chocolate Lb 



246,544 

*5, 517 ,091 

3,912 

1,014 

5,512 

10,774,940 

152,472 



1,617,094 



82,267 
102,660 



41,801 

5,155,367 

929 

169 

1,946 

1,803,927 

41,710 



262,147 



17,429 
19.142 



Coffee, green Lb, 

Coffee , roasted Lb 

Coffee extr.irts and sub- 
stitutes .c 



°J,;-i4 



25,:>22 



:?::e3 



Capsicum 

Cinnamon 

Cassia 

Cloves, unground 

Nutmegs , unground 

Pepper, unground 

Vanilla beans 

Other spices 



.Lb 



Lb. 

Lb, 

Lb, 

.' Lb. 

Lb, 

Lb. 

Lb. 



SUGAR AND RELATED PRODUCTS 

Sugar Lb. 

Molasses Gal. 

Confectionery: 

Chocolate candy Lb. 

Other candy Lb. 

Confections, n.e.s Lb. 

Chewing gum Lb. 

Honey Lb. 

Glucose: 

Liquid Lb 

Dry Lb. 

Sirup Gal. 



501,625,359 
62 



3,814,851 
1,847,914 



274 
54,004 



29,159,728 
21 



722,255 
40S.017 



2,755,746 

3,337,669 

111,090 



125,476 
186,808 
80, ^76 



Ualt extract and malt sirup Lb 

Malt liquors: 

In bottles Gal 

In cans Gal. 

In other containers Gal. 

Distilled spirits: 

Rum Pf. gal 

Whiskey Pf .gal. 

Other distilled liquors and 
compounds containing 

spirits Pf.gal 

Wines Gel. 

Mineral waters , natural and 

artif ical Gal. 

Sirups and flavors for 

beverages Gal. 

Fruit Juices: 

Pineapple Gal. 

Grapefruit Gal. 

Orange Gal. 

Other Gal. 

Other beverages Gal. 

GROUP 2.— VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, 
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS 
AND WOOD 



2,491 

149,eSl 

12 

220,549 

5,454,588 

582.170 
295 



1,702 

597,569 

15 
208,707 

15,876,113 

688,807 

196 



35,591,568 
4.9S0 
1,054 
9,110 

12.7SO,Se9 
155,554 



■_i5,:c; 



137,555 



2,124 



520,604,066 

812 



-.=•-' ,871 
2,194,580 



t.tatjtet 

5,588,741 

1.CS2.65 



9-. ,er> 



19,852 

1,578,000 

144 

8,585,441 

S7,S81,68S 

5,840,574 

4,504 



!84,07B.0M 



1,0S8,555,747 



RUBBER AND MANUFACTURES 

Crude rubber and allied gums: 

Crude rubber, dry rubber contentlb. 

Balata Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Synthetic rubbera aold in bulk 
as raw material: 

General purpose Lb. 

Special purpose Lb. 

Rubber, reclaimed Lb. 

Rubber scrap containing S% or 

more rubber Lb. 

Other rubber scrap Lb. 

Rubber cefeents Gal. 

Rubberised automobile cloth. Sq. yd. 
Other rubberiied piece goods 

and hospital sheeting Sq.yd. 

Rubber footwear: 

Boots Pair 



196.61S.847 
9,794,068 
5,381,699 



71,410 
788,006 



559,785 

140,575 



71.049, S81 

4,S97,S2T 

654,070 



122,489 

655,157 



509,569 

J6C.1P2 



10 



727,538 

242,955 
549,507 



■-?;,6i- 

,122,41S 



908,141 

868,299 



UNITED STATES EXTORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



jxaod'.t} 
coda No. 
I Sche- 
dule 8) 



203*00 
v, MM 

203600 
203700 

eoseot 

20390C 
204000 



KiSX 

204 500 

■04700 
204800 
I04MO 



205300 

KMS400 



20SS0C 



20600C 

aoezoo 

206300 
206400 

206600 

206700 



20690S 

206998 
208400 

206500 

eoeeoo 



208TOC 

HBBOG 
209S0C 

209400 



209S1C 
209520 
209600 
2O980C 



21100C 

211100 

211400 
211510 
211610 



211800 
212500 



ElBOOt 

218600 



218909 
21B99S 

218995 



220100 
220500 
220600 
220901 
220904 
220905 

220907 



Commodity description end unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 2.— VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, 
INEDIBLE. EXCEPT FIBERS 
AND HOOD— Continued 

RUBBER AND MANUFACTURES —Continued 
Rubber footwear — Continued 

Rubber shoes Pair 

Canvas shoes with rubber 

soles Pair 

Rubber soles Dot.prs. 

Rubber heels Dot.prs. 

Rubber soling and topllft 

sheets Lb. 

Rubber gloves and isitten. .Dot.prs. 
Druggists' rubber sundries: 
Hater bottles and fountain 

syringes No. 

Other druggists' rubber 

sundries • 

Clothing of rubber or of rubber- 
ised cloth Do». 

Rubber balloons Cross 

Rubber toys and balls 

Bathing caps Doi. 

Rubber bands Lb. 

Rubber erasers Lb. 

Hard rubber goods: 
Electrical- 
Battery boxes No. 

Other electrical hard rubber 

goods Lb. 

Combs finished Dos. 

Other hard rubber goods 

Tires and inner tubes: 
Automobile casings — 

Truck and bus casings No. 

Other automobile casings. . .No. 

Automobile inner tubes No. 

Other casings and tubes No. 

Solid tires— 

For automobiles and trucks. No. 

Other Lb. 

Tire sundries and repair 
materials: 

Camelback Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Rubber and friction tape Lb. 

Rubber belts and belting: 

Fan belts for automobiles. . . .Lb. 
Other rubber and balata 

belting Lb. 

Rubber hose and tubing: 

Garden hose Lb. 

Other hose and tubing Lb. 

Rubber packing Lb. 

Uats, matting, flooring, and 

tiling Lb. 

Rubber tread: 

Bare Lb. 

Textile covering Lb. 

Gutta-percha manufactures Lb. 

Latex or other forms 
compounded or processed for use 

in further manufacture Lb. 

Other rubber manufactures 



NAVAL STORES, GUMS, AND RESINS 

Naval stores: 

Gum rosin (bbl. 500 lbs. gross 

■eight) Lb. 

Wood rosin (bbl. 5CC lbs. gross 

weight) Lb 

Gum spirits of turpentine. . .Gal 

Wood turpentine Gal. 

Other terpene hydrocarbons 

derived from naval stores.. Gal 
Pine oil , pine oil products 

and derivatives Gal 

Tar and pitch of wood Lb 

Tall oil (liquid sulphate wood 

resin) Lb. 

Other gums and resins: 

Chicle Lb 

Shellac, bleached, and 

unbleached Lb. 

Lac, crude, seed, button, 

and stick Lb. 

Other rosin Lb. 

Gum benzoin Lb. 

Natural gums and resins , refined 

modified in condition Lb. 

Other gums and resins Lb. 

DRUGS, HERBS, LEAVES, AND ROOTS, 
CRUDE 

Cascara bark Lb 

Ginseng Lb 

Uandrake root Lb 

Belladonna leaves and root Lb 

Cinchona bark Lb 

Cube (bimbo or barbasco) root, 

root powder, and root extract. Lb 
Derris (tuba) root, root powder, 

and root extract Lb 



Net 
quantity 



68,909 
9,255 



1,696,932 

41,981 



559,827 



14,684 
1,750 



8,923 

1,327 
235,503 



1,642,045 
137,723 

1,835,520 
206,168 

2,313 
29,616 



215,892 

1,399,528 

193,172 

44,781 

19,413,541 

536 
9,349,601 
3,273,512 

457,372 



161,946 

1,094,279 

13,083 



143,173 
1,103,093 



6,784 
87,350 



200 ,173 
421,428 



3,788 
460 



Value 
(dollars) 



75,991 
28,500 



90,122 



278,850 
323,975 



164,263 

85,550 



611,615 
5,140 



4,637 
150,400 



47,973,333 
1,415,782 
4,791,475 
3,098,074 

120,119 
1,160,315 



54,409 
797,548 
57,721 

41,293 

10,742,591 

287 
4,535,319 
1,241,844 



171,835 
184.533 



12,065 
967 ,051 
10,703 



115,550 
49,892 



43,756 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



2,544 
4,754 



69,248 
50,371 



10,715 
505 



176,826 
27,516 



1,737,419 
219,507 



607,128 
144,054 



348,118 
3,293 



10,281 

2S.006 
272,764 

75,067 



109,278,257 
3,434,231 
17,147,653 
5,234,296 

195,810 
1,863,469 



267,682 

1,645,869 

232,636 

59,171 

21,635,725 

590 
10,558,726 
3,415,714 

521,875 



607,360 
201,204 



178,601 

9,645,158 

113,658 



1,256,336 
1,235,849 



1,579,043 



8,847 
92, 118 



260,034 
489,145 



3,788 
927 



Commodity 
code No 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



NORM 

220911 

220ns 

220919 
220921 
220925 

220927 
220929 
220933 



221000 
222001 
222002 
222003 
222020 



222030 
222098 



223000 
223100 
223200 

224801 



22480! 
224805 
224898 
224901 
224902 
224903 
224904 
224906 

224910 
224912 
224915 

22492 S 

224998 



226800 
226900 

227100 
227903 
227905 
227998 

228000 



231100 
233100 
233905 
233998 



240100 
240200 
240500 
2406CO 
240700 
240800 
241900 
246700 
246850 
246690 



253 S00 

2S990S 
259998 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 2.— VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, 
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS 
AND WOOD— Continued 



DRUGS, KERBS, LEAVES, AND ROOTS, 
CRUDE — Cont inued 

Digitalis seed Lb. 

Hyoscyamus (henbane) Lb. 

Mux vomica Lb. 

Pyrethrum or insect flowers. .. .Lb 

Red squill Lb. 

Stramonium (Jimeon weed) dried 

leaves and flowering tops Lb. 

Aconite root and leaves Lb. 

Colchlcum roots and seeds Lb. 

Arnica flowers, leaves, or root, 

whole, granulated, or 

powdered Lb 

Other crude vegetable drugs.... Lb. 

OILSEEDS 

Soy beans Lb. 

Castor beans Lb, 

Cottonseed Lb. 

Flaxseed Lb 

Hemp, perilla, poppy, rape, and 
sunflower seeds; and palm nuts 

and palm kernels Lb, 

Copra Lb 

Other oil seeds Lb. 



VEGETABLE OILS 

Expressed oils and fats. Inedible 

Coconut oil, crude Lb 

Cottonseed oil, crude Lb. 

Linseed oil Lb. 

Fatty acids of vegetable 

origin Lb. 

Vegetable oil foots — 

Olive oil Lb 

Other Lb. 

Vegetable soap stock Lb. 

Castor oil, commercial Lb, 

Corn oil , crude Lb, 

Peanut oil, crude Lb. 

Perilla oil, inedible Lb, 

Rapeseed and oiticica oil, 

Inedible Lb 

Tung oil Lb 

Soybean oil, crude Lb. 

Olive oil , inedible , other 

than sulphured or foots Lb 

Palm and palm-kernel oil , 

crude Lb 

Other expressed oils and fats, 

inedible Lb 

Essential or distilled oils: 

Peppermint Lb. 

Spearmint and other mint oils, 

n.e.s Lb 

Citrus oils Lb 

Oil of eltronella Lb 

Lemon grass oil Lb 

Other natural essential and 

distilled oils Lb 

Blended , compounded or mixed 
perfume-flavor oils Lb 

VEGETABLE DYEING AND TANNING 
EXTRACTS 

Logwood extract Lb. 

Chestnut extract Lb, 

Quebracho extract Lb. 

Other dyeing and tanning 
extracts Lb. 

SEEDS, EXCEPT OILSEEDS 

Field and garden seeds: 

Alfalfa Lb 

Red clover Lb 

Other clover Lb 

Timothy Lb 

Kentucky blue grass Lb 

Red top Lb 

Other grass and field seeds.. Lb 

Flower seeds Lb 

Carrot seeds Lb 

Other vegetable seeds Lb 

NURSERY AND GREENHOUSE STOCK 

Flowers and foliage, cut, fresh, 
and preserved 

Bulbs, roots, corns, plants and 
seedlings No 

All other nursery or greenhouse 
stock 



Net 
quantity 



1,097,180 



58,614 
240 



42,620 
58,000 
466,210 



232,665 

184,600 

8,388,415 

1,266,679 

40,000 

15,842,328 

1,398,153 
6,532,993 



Value 
(dollars) 



319,489 



173,715 
,772,119 



17,208 
276 



9,211 

2,465 
35,097 



o2,867 
48,817 
524,346 

304,900 
8,309 

2,833,695 

1,712,182 
6,262,729 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



10,401,078 



1,131,408 



1,141,057 
310,933,585 



540 
34,806 



11,619 



9,874 

m 



113,348 
368 



49,97* 
38,475 

476,816 



254 ,978 

186,661 

6,598,933 

1,281,117 

40,400 

16,250,791 

1,435,989 
6,646,058 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR lb<44— Continued 



Coaaodity 
code Ho. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Not 

quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



n— nitty 

code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Ret 

quantity 



Value 
Ulan 



m irl m } !* 

[ ' l llil 



260100 
260200 
260300 

260400 
260500 
260600 
2607X 
260800 

261100 
261605 
261700 
261800 

262000 
262200 
262300 

262400 

262900 



281100 
281300 
283100 
293 500 
295100 
299905 
299991 
299993 
299995 

29S998 



30000S 
300008 
3O02OS 
300206 
S0OS01 

300302 

300306 
3O0SO6 



»00«00 

300*01 



300600 
100800 



3010*0 
301050 
501060 

301110 
801120 

301200 

301310 



301500 
301600 



301700 

mum 



CBOUP 2.— VEGETABLE PRODUCTS 
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT PEERS 
AND HOOD — Continued 

TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURES 

Tobacco, unmanufactured: 
Leaf tobacco — 

Bright flue-cured Lb 

Burley Lb 

Dark-fired Kentucky and 

Tennessee Lb. 

Dark Virginia Lb. 

U&ryland and Ohio export — Lb. 

Green River Lb. 

One sucker leaf tobacco Lb. 

Black fat, waterbaler, and 

dark African Lb. 

Cigar leaf Lb. 

Perique leaf tobacco Lb. 

Tobacco trimmings and scrap.. Lb. 

Tobacco stems Lb. 

Tobacco manufactures: 

Cigars and cheroots M. 

Cigarettes M. 

Chewing tobacco, plug, and 

other Lb. 

Smoking tobacco Lb. 

Other tobacco manufactures. ..Lb. 

MISCELLANEOUS VEGETABLE PRODUCTS 

Starch: 

Cornstarch and corn flour Lb. 

Other starch Lb. 

Broome orn Ton 

Brooms Doz. 

Hops Lb. 

Vegetable tallow and wax Lb. 

Hop extract Lb. 

Vegetable ivory or tagua nuts.. Lb. 
Dyeing and tanning materials, 

crude 

Other inedible vegetable 

products 



79,616,260 
850,596 

22,580 
382,713 
17,962 



180,955 
36,881 



76 
3,947,233 

683,841 
27,453 
16,852 



104,490,883 
457,800 



41,773,362 

425,197 

6,500 

108,842 

9,520 



354,486 
6,639 



2,631 

11,083,482 



S28.S74 
20,387 



6,399,391 
21,540 



90,712 
17,730 



367 
82,638 
7,002 



GROUP 3.— TEXTILE FIBERS AND 
MANUFACTURES 



534,203,268 



COTTON, UNMANUFACTURED 

Raw cotton, except linters: 
American Egyptian (Pima) and 

Sea Island Lb. 

American Egyptian (Pima) and 

Sea Island Bale 

Upland, staple length 1-1/8 

inches and over Lb. 

Upland, staple length 1-1/8 

inches and over Bale 

Upland, staple length 1-1/16 

up to but not including 1-1/6 

inches Lb 

Upland, staple length 1-1A6 

up to but not including 1-1/8 

inches Bale 

Upland, staple length under 

1-1/16 Inches Lb 

Upland, staple length under 

1-1/16 inches Bale 

Linters: 

Grades 1 to 8, inclusive Lb. 

Grades 1 to 8, inclusive. .. .Bale 

COTTON SEMIMANUFACTURES 

Cotton pulp Lb 

Cotton rags , except paper 

stock Lb 

Cotton batting, unglazed wadding, 

carded cotton and roving Lb 

Cotton mill waste: 

Cotton hard wastes of yarns and 

thread, including wiping Lb. 

Cotton card strips Lb. 

Comber waste Lb, 

Other soft wastes Lb. 

Cotton yarn for manufacturing: 

Carded yarn, gray Lb 

Carded yarn, bleached, colored 

and novelty Lb 

Mercerized all kinds Lb, 

Combed, not finished or 

mercerised Lb 

Combed, finished, except 
mercerised Lb. 

COTTON MANUFACTURES 

Cotton thread, twine, cordage 
and rope: 

Sewing thread Lb 

Crochet, darning, and 

embroidery cotton Lb 

Tire cord on cones or warps. .Lb 
Twine, rope and cordage (except 
tire cord) Lb. 



8,007,093 

12,400 

11,040 

22 

12,024,577 

24,035 

227,550,830 

451,599 

23,582,158 
40,329 

195,997 
63,708 
29,470 

24,848 

7,521,520 
27,938 

49,965 

123,546 
19,930 

39,636 

67 ,927 



2,648,900 



10.090 
914,625 



1,272,879 



2,895,363 



52,105,367 



1,526,605 

17,459 
7,777 
16,643 

2,813 

785,645 
3,023 



7t ,889 

18 ,662 



18,697 
29,795 



3,372,344 



5,008 
477,767 



94,889,403 
1,057,785 

25,065 
423,177 
20,988 



193,448 
43,549 



3,031 
16,379,174 

812,211 
53,276 
27,397 



106,398,699 
S35.577 



1,553 
117,167 
19,505 



544,943,042 



6,364,393 



236,217,772 



199,997 
71,010 
32.442 

26,936 

7,994,363 
32,974 



158,170 
24,626 



44,938 
91,295 



3,214,454 



11,900 

1,161,679 



1,041,167 



302000 
302100 



302500 
302600 



303110 

303120 

303310 

303320 
505400 

303600 

303700 

303900 



J04000 
304110 
304120 

304210 
504220 
304300 



SO4610 
304710 



SO48O0 

304910 
304920 
305000 



305110 
305210 
305220 

30S510 

305590 

305700 
305600 

306000 

306100 

306200 



807000 
907800 



S07400 
307600 



GROUP 3.— TEXTILE FIBERS AID 
MANUFACTURES — Continued 

COTTON MANUFACTURES— Continued 

Cotton cloth, duck, and tire 
fabric: 

All cotton cloth when exported 
to Philippine Islands to be 
embroidered and otherwise manu- 
factured and returned to the 

United States So. yd. 

Unbleached (gray) cloth — 
Tire fabrics- 
Cord tire fabric Sq.yd 

Other tire fabrics Sq.yd. 

Cotton duck — 

Heavy filter cloth, hose 

and belting duck Sq.yd. 

Ounce duck Sq.yd 

Numbered, biscuit and 

naught duck Sq.yd. 

Cotton cloth (gray), medium 
and coarse yam fabrics — 
40 inches wide and 
narrower — 
Drills, twills, and warp 

sateens Sq.yd 

Sheetings Sq.yd. 

Wider than 40 inches — 
Drills, twills, and warp 

sateens Sq.yd 

Sheetings Sq.yd. 

Osnaburgs, all widths. Sq.yd. 
Prlntcloth yam (gray) 
fabrics, all widths — 
Tobacco and cheese cloth, 
56x32 count and lower 

constructions Sq.yd. 

Other printcloth yarn fabric 
constructions (above 36x32 

count) Sq.yd. 

Other gray cloth, n.e.s. Sq.yd. 
Finished cloth , bleached , dyed , 
printed, stiffened or other- 
wise converted, and colored 
yarn fabrics — 
40 inches wide and narrower — 
Drills, twills, and warp 
sateens — 
Bleached. . . 
Dyed in the piece 

Printed 

Sheeting — 
Bleached. . . 
Dyed in the piece.. .Sq.yd. 

Printed Sq.yd 

Wider than 40 inches- 
Drills, twills, and warp 

sateens Sq.yd 

Sheeting — 

Bleached Sq.yd 

Dyed and printed. .. .Sq.yd 
Printcloth yarn fabrics 
(all widths)— 
Carded broadcloth — 

Bleached Sq.yd 

Dyed in the piece — Sq.yd. 

Printed Sq.yd. 

Cheese cloth and gaut e , 
bleached or dyed 

(full pieces Sq.yd. 

Printcloth— 

Bleached Sq.yd. 

Dyed in the piece. . .Sq.yd. 

Printed Sq.yd. 

Napped fabrics — 

Cotton flannels, bleached. 

or colored Sq.yd. 

Other napped fabrics in the 

piece Sq.yd. 

Colored yam fabrics — 

Denims Sq.yd. 

Suitings, twill-coverts, 

cottonades Sq.yd. 

Chambrays, cheviots, and 

shirtings Sq.yd. 

Other colored yam fabrics , 

n.e.s Sq.yd. 

Colored duck and awning 

materials Sq.yd. 

Fine goods and combed cotton 
fabrics (bleached, dyed, 
printed, flock-dot or 
clipped) — 

Voiles , organdies , lawns 
and batiste, 

combed Sq.yd. 

Piques, combed Sq.yd. 

Marquisettes, 

combed Sq.yd. 

Other combed and carded 

goods n.e.s Sq.yd. 

Cotton and wool mixtures 
(cotton chief 

value) Sq.yd. 

Cotton and rayon mixtures 
(cotton chief 
value) Sq.yd. 



...Sq.yd. 
.Sq.yd 
-Sq.yd. 

.Sq.yd. 



2,880,122 

394,779 



330,011 
E, 524, 749 



1,641,028 



7,950,539 
5,433,435 

1,134,335 
2,088, 117 
1,006,406 



392,550 
979,097 



4,965,442 
56,823,034 
8,755,927 

13,221,561 
8,384,449 
1,444,909 



5,879,043 
525,137 



1.257,018 
3, SIS, 587 
2,267,924 



301,470 

2,688,190 
2,190,514 

4,984,810 



11.543,551 

350,105 

4,568,606 

53,563 

2,756,545 

7,570,980 
3.890,101 



1,549,992 
38,784 



6,040,491 



309,933 59,992 



1,542.000 
189,144 



213,91? 
3,654.055 



1,325,610 



1,781,455 
832,424 



2,969,462 
474,800 
54,744 



72,804 
167,829 



l,16»,U3 

24,926,327 
2,008,940 

2,255,453 

1,575,560 

540,097 



1.250,961 



1,304,731 
124.947 



S19.BB8 

838 .156 
701,445 



60,628 

538,947 

403,354 

1,055,036 



1,612,881 

69,948 

1,171,100 

15 ,268 

702,»S1 

1,945,956 

3,062,794 



317,985 
12,303 



',9=5,554 
433,543 



7,679,526 



i.—.z.'tt 
1.458,020 

524,971 
600 .OSS 
393,475 



38,6X6 

254, SIS 



1,665,215 
26,468,428 

2,281.401 

5,861.341 

2,205,483 

478,423 



! .45--,«"e 



tjmjm 

EOBJM 



390,033 
810,495 

sas.an 



543,628 

492,046 

1.135,101 



2,915.791 
168,415 

:. 398, 144 
20,037 
630,895 

2,826,997 

6,200,848 



11,692 



1,802,251 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOUESTIC UERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROORAU: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 

code Mo. 

(Sche- 

<hiU B) 



.VcVXV 
508200 
tOMOO 



508800 
508950 



509000 
509110 
509120 



5O9SO0 

509400 
509500 

509605 

509698 
509700 
SO98O0 



S0991S 
509919 
5099 50 

509995 
509998 

511505 
511598 
511400 

511505 
511598 
511615 
511619 
511710 
511725 

511729 

512005 

512098 

512200 

512400 

512700 
512900 



514000 
516000 



517100 
517500 



517500 

517600 

517800 

518100 
518500 

518700 

518800 

518900 



519110 
519111 
519150 
519151 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



oux'P s TsrraE fibers and 

MANUFACTURES— Continued 
COTTON MANUFACTDRSS— <>>ntlnued 

Other ootton fabrics i 

Knit fabrics in tha piece.. .Lb 

Table damask in tha plece-Sqjd 

Tapestry and other upholstery 

and drapery materials , plain 

Jacquard and dobby-woveruSq^d 

Flushes So,. yd 

Other pile fabrlca Sq.yd. 

Cotton raananta and fabrics, 
n.e.e., sold by the pound.. Lb 
Cotton wearing apparel i 

Handkerchiefs Dot. 

Glovea, ootton (woven or Krdt)- 
Work gloves, aits, and 

gauntleta, fabric. .Dot. prs. 
Dress and all other. .Dob. prs. 
Knit goods — 
Hosiery— 

Women's Dos. prs 

Children's Dos. prs 

Kan's Dos. prs 

Underwear — 

Hen's Dos 

Boys' Dos 

Women's. and children's. Dos 
Nightwear, knit, woman's and 

children's No 

Outerwear, knit — 

lean's sweaters, Jersey pull- 
overs and sweatshirts. .No 
Boys' sweaters, Jersey pull- 
overs and sweatshirts .. No. 
Women's and children's 
sweaters, shawls, and 

mufflers No. 

Other awn's knit apparel, 

n.e.a No 

Other knit apparel, 

n.e.s No 

Garsjents of woven fabrics — 
Men's jackets and wind- 
breakers No 

Boys' Jackets and wind- 
breakers No . 

Overalls, breeches, pants 
aprons and sen's work 

clothing, n.e.s Dos 

Nightwear, men's ...Dos. 

Nightwear, boys' Dos 

Underwear, wen's Dos 

Underwear, boys' Dos 

Work shirts Doi. 

Other sen's shirts (except 

knit) Dos 

Other boys' shirts (except 

knit) Doi. 

Other men's clothing of wovez 

fabrics, n.e.s Dos 

Other boys' clothing of wover 

fabrics, n.e.s Dos. 

Women's dresses and 

ensembles No 

Women's and children's under- 
wear and nightwear, not 

knit Dos. 

Children's outerwear, not 

knit Dos. 

Other women's and children's 
apparel of woven fabrics, 

n.e.s 

Cotton narrow fabrics, non- 
elastic, 12 inches and narrower: 
Woven belting for machinery. Lb. 
Braids, ribbons, trimmings, 
bindings, lacings, tape-labels, 

and webbing 

Other narrow fabrics, n.e.s.... 
Cotton hones furnishings t 
Bedding — 

Blankets No. 

Quilts, comfortables and 

quilted bed-pads No . 

Bedspreads — 

Candlswick, chenille and 

tufted No . 

Plain, crinkle, dobby and 

Jacquard woven No. 

Bed sheets and pillow 

cases Dos. 

Curtains and draperies 

Laces, embroideries and articles 

thereof, n.e.s 

Terry-woven towels, wash cloths 

and bath mats Dos. 

Hack , dsmask and plain woven 

towels and toweling 

Other house furnishings, n.e.s 
Other fabricated producte 
cotton, n.e.s. t 
Cotton begs — 

New Lb 

New No 

Used and reclaimed begs... Lb 
Used and reclaimed bags... No 



Nst 
quantity 



575,851 
2,754 



15,009 
126,957 
296,666 

86,492 

15,015 



57,700 
21,400 
44,517 

255,175 
4,750 
15,542 

1,020 



7,678 



174,559 
18.7S6 

127,846 



86,766 

1,465 

55 

155,509 
4,960 
50,778 

525,220 

54 

207,504 
10,195 
50,000 

20,205 
1,556 



Value 

(doll are) 



616,155 
1,524 



6,897 
47 ',106 
58,265 
64,185 

59,180 



217,105 



152,767 
1,559,584 



152,601 



129,600 



174,014 

245,875 

405 

500 



89,850 
21,400 
82,060 

1,501,404 
17,805 
55,682 

1,906 



20,149 



159,528 
12,766 

62,499 



Shipping 
weight 

(pounds) 



604,105 
1,506 



8,786 
7SJSS5 
521,595 
45,244 

51,507 



59,191 
12,840 
52,422 

1,242,522 

9,877 
15,270 

1,008 



7,905 



44,857 
5,792 



162,476 



1,086,296 

51,145 

752 

829,049 

25,510 

1,652,121 


1,577,551 

25,156 

610 

645,621 

6,014 

425,778 


9,576,165 


4,704,057 


800 


46S 


5,775,554 


2,811,010 


241,865 


152,125 


59,575 


16,995 


54,578 


26,607 


25,825 


9,581 


464,958 


202,019 


154,105 


250,177 


2,042,547 
506,279 


2,185,750 
197,560 


565,686 


459,759 


5,786,556 


9,452,694 


2,090,207 
252 


5,458,597 
202 


128,051 


55,128 


555,956 


969,566 


205,650 
40,885 


540,764 
40,284 


156,580 


204,949 


45 


455 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



5196O0 
519900 



520501 
520505 
520505 
520507 
520509 
520511 
520515 
520S15 
520517 
520519 
520521 
520598 
521100 
522400 
522401 
522905 



522998 
559905 



559905 
559906 

559909 

559920 
559925 

559955 
559998 



541100 
541400 
541901 
541905 

541909 



541998 
549500 
549909 



549911 

549915 
549915 
549918 
549998 



560905 
560905 
560907 
560911 



562200 
562600 



562800 
565500 



564200 
564201 
564500 
564 SOI 
564900 
566200 
566500 
566400 

566600 
566601 



567500 
567900 
568005 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



OHDUP 5 TEXTILE FIBERS AND 

MANUFACTURES— Contlned 
COTTON maNUFACTURU— Continued 
Other febricated producte 
ootton, n.e.s. — Continued 
Cotton bags — 

Canvas articles 

Other cotton manufactures, 
n.e.s 



VEGETABLE FIBERS AND MANUFACTURES 

Vegetable fibers, unmanufactured i 

Canton Ton 

Flax Ton 

Hemp Ton 

Istle of Tampico Ton 

Jute Ton 

Kapok Ton 

Maguey or Centals Ton 

Manila or abaca Ton 

Pacol Ton 

Sisal or henequen Ton 

Sunn Ton 

Other unmanufactured fibers.. Ton 
Jute yarn, cordage, and twine.. Lb. 

Bags of Jute Lb. 

Bags of Jute No. 

Jute burlaps, except when ueed 
as a covering for other merchan- 
dise or as s component part of 

other producte Lb. 

Other Jute manufactures Lb* 

Flax semi -manufactures including 

yarn Lb* 

Flax manufactures: 

Thread Lb. 

Barrow fabrics, including 
braids, webbing, and tapes.. Lb. 
Other fabrlca except wearing 
apparel and household goods. Lb. 
Hemp yarn. ............•..*.... .Lb. 

Ramie yarn Lb. 

Handkerchiefs (linen) No. 

Other flax, hemp, and ramie 

manufactures, n.e.e . 

Cordage, except of cotton or Jutet 

Binder twine .Lb. 

Manila cordage Lb. 

Flax twine and cordage Lb. 

Hemp and ramie twine, cord, and 

cordage Lb. 

Sisal or henequen, istls or 
Tampico, Canton, maguey, pacol, 
and sunn twine, cord, and 

cordage .Lb 

Other cordage Lb 

Oakum Lb. 

Sisal or henequen, istle or 
Tampico, Canton, maguey, pacol, 

and sunn yarns Lb. 

Kapok: 

Matted fiber (semimanufac- 
tures) Lb. 

Life-saving appliances 

Cushions and upholstery pads. No. 

Other kapok manufactures.. , 

Other vegetable fiber, straw or 

grass manufactures 

Wool, unmanufactured: 

Carpet wool Lb, 

Clothing wool Lb, 

Combing wool Lb. 

Hair, Angora goat (mohair) 
cashmere goat, Alpaca and 
other Ilk* hair Lb. 

WOOL SEMIMANUFACTURES 

V.ool rags (woven and knit) Lb. 

Wool nollB and waste (mill waste, 
include garnet ted, picked, and 
carded) Lb 

Wool tops Lb 

Wool yarns Lb 

WOOL MANUFACTURES 

Fabrics wholly or chiefly of wool: 
Wool cloth and dress goods.... Lb 
Wool cloth and dress goods.... Id. 

Mohair cloth Lb. 

Mohair cloth Id. 

Other wool fabrics Lb. 

Carpets and rugs of wool.... Sq.yd, 

Wool felts, not woven Lb. 

Wool felts, woven for 
machines Lb. 

Wool blankets Lb. 

Wool blankets No. 

Wool wesring apparel: 

Knit bathing suits Dos 

Other knit goods 

Men's overcoats, suits, and 

pants No 

Boys' overcoats, suits, and pants.No, 



Het 

quantity 



19,565 
22,740 

27,071 



1,985 
58 



578 
89,289 
1,208 



24,546,054 

225,455 

708 

522,452 



6,589,875 
'i)250 



47,758 



44,775,555 

28,995,650 

749,217 

257,785 

18,119 

572 

107 
8,152,257 
2,169,458 



1,815,919 
58,055 



Value 

(dollars) 



2,575,525 
1,947,748 



11,541 
S.187 



997 
25 



605 

117,755 

1,859 



25,086 

2,658,576 
54,004 
1,162 

55,565 



1,075, 70S 
240 



7,272 



7,517 



76,844 



94,512,515 
1,054,845 



95,179 

i.iis 

100 
14,550,029 



6,S45,275 



25,894,500 
227,155 



Shipping 
weight 
(pomnds) 



5,549,197 
1,886,482 



20,758 
22,747 



2,040 
60 



401 
97,926 
1,500 



17,122 

25,125,542 

252,829 

896 

522,824 



6,407,611 
"i)750 



15,228 



51,695 



64,002 



47,245,517 

827,787 



18,647 
678 



147 
8,794,646 



5,250,825 



10,744,551 
94,229 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Conaodlty 
coda No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



qua~*.ity 



Value 
(doll are) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



CooBBdltj 

c^de -'-o 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



■eight 
(pounds) 



563130 
368900 



369100 
3693SO 

3696SO 
369690 
369700 
369900 



370200 
371000 



371100 
371900 



572005 
372098 
372500 

372911 
372998 

374100 
574200 



375400 
575500 



575700 
575900 



579801 
379805 



379898 
579900 



383007 
585009 

584005 
584007 

584008 

584011 

584098 
384200 



384500 
384501 
384800 

384920 



384950 
384951 
584950 
384951 



584960 
384961 
584970 
584971 
984880 



GROUP 3.— TEXTILES FIBERS AND 
MANUFACTU SES —Continued 

WOOL MANUFACTURES— Continued 
Wool wearing apparel — Continued 
Women's and children's wool 

clothing No, 

Other wool or mohair manufac- 
tures 



293,418 
,685,143 



HAIR AND MANUFACTURES 

Hair, unmanufactured: 
Cattle, ox, calf, and horse 

body hair Lb 

Cattle, ox, and calf tail hair 

including switches Lb, 

hog hair Lb 

Horse mane and tail hair, raw 

or dressed Lb, 

Hair waste and scrap hair. . .Lb, 

Other hair, unmanufactured. .Lb, 

Hair felt and manufactures.. . .Lb, 

Other hair manufactures , 



8,190,299 



47,550 



7,800 



124,705 
2,099 ,472 



8,454,070 



49,220 



SILK AND MANUFACTURES 

Raw silk Lb* 

Tram, organzioe, and hard 

twists Lb. 

Spun s ilk Lb. 

Sewing, embroidery, and crochet 

silk ■ Lb. 

Fabrics wholly or chiefly silk: 
Silk cartridge cloth for powder 

bags Id . 

Silk parachute cloth Td. 

Other broad silks Yd. 

Velvets, plushes, and 

chenilles Sq.yd. 

Silk ribbons Lb. 

Velvet ribbons Lb. 

Wearing appareli 

Underwear No. 

Silk dresses, skirts, and 

blouses 

Hosiery — 
Women's and children's 

seamless Doz.prs. 

Women's full 

fashioned Doz.prs. 

Men's socks Doz.prs. 

Other silk wearing apparel, 

n.e.s 

Silk noils Lb. 

Ueed silk waste, and used silk 

rags Lb. 

New silk waste, new rage, and 

used stockings of silk Lb. 

Other silk manufactures 



.Mo. 



1,700 



1,935 



1,800 
995 



RATON, NYLON, AND OTHER SYNTHETIC 
TEXTILES 

Nylon filament, including waste 

and staple fiber Lb. 

Rayon waste and staple fiber. .Lb. 
Other synthetic cut fibers and 

waste Lb. 

Nylon yarn, single and plied.. Lb. 
Spun rayon yarn, single and 

plied Lb. 

Acetate rayon continuous filament 

yarn, single and piled Lb. 

Viscose and cupramaonlum continu- 
ous filament yarn, single and 

pUed Lb. 

Other synthetic yarn, single and 

piled Lb. 

Thread and yarn for oewlng, 
embroidering, hand-knitting 

and crocheting Lb. 

riece goods, wholly or chiefly 
rayon and other synthetic 
fibers! 

Pile (velvets, etc.) Lb. 

Pile (velvets, etc.) Sq.yd. 

Knit fabric in the piece.... Lb. 
Upholstery and drapery fabrics 
wider than 42 inches, woven 

(except pilo) Lb. 

Upholstery and drapery fabrics 
wider than 42 Inches , woven 

(except pile) Sq.yd. 

Woven filament yarn fabrics, 
n.e.s. — 

Printed Lb. 

PrintedX Sq.yd . 

Other Lb. 

Other r. Sq.yd. 

Woven spun rayon fabrics 
n.e.e. — 

Printed Lb. 

Printed Sq.yd. 

Other bb. 

Other Sq.yd. 

Heanants and mill ends Lb. 



2,061,256 
117 



4,071,654 



3,961,345 
152 



1,420 

4,950 

2,527,959 

2,601,870 



24,942 
72,176 



1,416 
1,781,209 



1,479 
2,982,985 



27,619 



585200' 
585310 



385410 
385490 

585600 
585710 
585720 
385770 

385810 



385855 
585858 
385900 



390100 
390300 
391100 

391500 

591410 

591420 
391500 



391800 
592100 



592800 
394000 



594200 

394400 
394500 
595100 
595200 

395500 

595700 
595600 
396500 



597005 
597098 



998800 
59 9000 
899400 



599501 
599S0S 
S99S07 
599509 
399511 
399515 
599517 

399519 

399521 
$99900 



GROUP 3. — TEXTILES FIBERS AND 
MANUFACTURES— Continued 



RATON, NYLON, AND OTHER SYNTHETIC 
TEXTILES— Continued 



Rayon house furnishings........ 

Dresses, skirte, blouses and other 
outer wear for women and 
children: 

Not knit or crocheted No 

Knit or crocheted dresses 
and ensembles No 



6,785 



Other knit outerwear. 



Hosiery: 
Somen's and children's — 

Nylon Doz.pr. 

Other synthetic 

textiles Doz.pr. 

Men's socks Doz.pr. 

Knit underwear Doz. 

Woven underwear Doz. 

Sleeping and lounging garments, 

knit or woven Doz . 

Ribbons 

Braids, fringes, and narrow 
trijBaings: 

Rayon 

Other synthetic textiles 

Other synthetic textile manu- 
factures 



4,916 
4,315 



20,944 

12,620 



5,262 



MISCELLANEOUS TEHILE PRODUCTS 

Linoleum Sq.yd. 

Felt-base floor coverings. . ..Sq.yd. 
Oilcloth for shelf, table, and 



Sq.yd. 

....Sq.yd. 



Sq.yd, 

..Sq.yd. 



.No 



wall. 

Window-ehade cloth 

Book cloth (all types): 
Pyroxylin coated or 

imoregnated 

Starch filled 

Pyroxylin coated or impregnated 

fabrics Sq.yd. 

Other coated or impregnated 

fabrics, n.e.s Sq.yd. 

Waterproof outer garments No. 

Corsets, brassieres and 

girdles No 

Neckties , cravats , mufflers and 

scarfs, of all fibers. Doz. 

Hats braids, strips and sheets 
of natural fibers or synthetic 

textiles Yd. 

Hats, bonnets, hoods, caps and 
berets: 
Hats and hat bodies of straw 
palm leaf, etc. — 

Harvest 

Other- 
Sewed Ho. 

Woven No. 

Men's and boys' fur-felt hats. No. 
Women's and girls' fur-felt 

hats No. 

Wool-felt hats No. 

Other hats, cape, and berets — 

Knit and crocheted No. 

Woven fabric No. 

Artificial or ornamental flowers 
fruits, vegetables, grasses, 
grains, leaves, stems, or parts 

thereof, of all materials 

Mattresses, cotton, kapok, moss 
and hair: 

Mattresses, kapok No 

Mattresses, cotton, moss, and 

hair No. 

Absorbent cotton, gauze, and 

sterilized bandages Lb. 

Elastic webbing, woven, knitted 
or braided: 
Not over 1-1 2 inches wide.... Yd 

Over 1-1/2 inches wide Id. 

Garters, arm bands, suspenders 

and braces 

Clothing, military, air and 
naval: 
Personal and organizational. 

Aviation «* 

Special for parachute troops 

Special for nurses 

Special for armored forces . . 
Special for cold weather. . . . 
Gas protective clothing 

(military) 

Clothing, military and air. 



36,190 
27,645 



39,055 



1,089,450 
535,206 



107, S8S 
9,105 



4,830 



26,286 
973,693 



Naval clothing 

Other textile aanuf actures 

GROUP 4 »0OD AND PAPER 

WOOD, UNMANUFACTURED 
Logs and hewn timber: 
hardwoods — 
Ash and hickory M bd.ft. 



1,106 
1,468,252 

59,806 



30,085 



27,660 
10,626 



168,440 



524,115 
1,600,549 



73,880 

29,510 



12,600 



17,503 
618,552 



848,167 
4,801 
2.71S 



540 



11,781 

52,512 

1,917,633 

4,477 

3,159,863 
280,958 
885.940 



67,787,115 



26,987 

1,867,S87 



5,151 
23,516 

1,050,749 



1,642,888 

190,360 

1.455.634 



1,21S,909,068 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PB30RAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



coda No. 

(Sche- 
dule B! 



400200 
400400 

Moaoc 

400605 
400907 
400909 
100996 



4012 V 
401400 

401600 
401700 
401000 
401905 
•01996 



402600 

402900 
405100 
405200 
405400 

405900 



406000 
406500 
406500 
406905 
406998 
407900 

406000 
406600 



410100 
410200 

410500 
410400 
410610 
4106S0 
410720 
410790 
410800 

410905 
410998 
411200 
411600 

411700 
411800 
411900 
412000 
412100 
412200 
412500 
412400 
412500 
412600 
412700 
412800 
412900 
415000 
415100 
415200 

415400 



415600 
415700 
415800 
415900 

414000 

414100 
414200 
414500 
414900 

415600 



420110 
420150 
420200 



dlty description and unit 
of quantity 



OROUP 4 HOOD AND PAPER— Con 

WOOD, UNMANUFACTURED— Continued 

Logs and hewn tlw.be: — Continued 
Hardwooda — Continued 
Cottonwood and aspen. M bd.ft. 

Walnut V M.lt. 

Hardwood burls M bd.ft. 

Mahogany logs V bd.ft. 

Llgnum-vltae logs....M bd.ft. 

Teak logs U bd.ft. 

Other hardwood logs and 

timber M bd.ft. 

Softwoods— 

Douglas fir M bC.ft. 

Unlock M bd.ft. 

Cedar— 

Western red If bd.ft. 

Port Orford U bd.ft. 

Other M bd.ft. 

Sitka spruce M Id. ft. 

Other softwood logs and 

timber K bd.ft. 

Railroad ties, hewni 
Creosoted or otherwise 

treated at bd.ft. 

Other M hd.ft. 

Creosoted piling Lin. ft. 

Other piling Lln.ft. 

Telegraph, trolley, and electric- 
light poles No. 

Firewood and other unmanufactured 
wood 



SAWMILL PRODUCTS (LUMBER) 
Sawed timber: 
Softwoods — 

Southern pine M bd.ft 

Douglas fir M bd.ft 

Cedar M bd.ft 

Sitka spruce M bd.ft 

Other softwoods M bd.ft 

Hardwoods M bd.ft 

Creosoted or otherwise treated- 

Southem pine M bd.ft. 

Other M bd.ft. 

Boards, planks, and scantlings: 
Softwood — 

Cypress M bd.ft. 

Douglas fir — 

Rough M bd.ft. 

Dressed M bd.ft. 

Southern pine — 

RoiMjh M bd.ft. 

Dressed V bd.ft. 

Pondero8a pine M bd.ft. 

White pine V bd.ft. 

Port Orford cedar M bd.ft, 

Other cedar M bd.ft. 

Redwood V bd.ft. 

Spruce— 

Sitka spruce !i bd.ft. 

Other K bd.ft. 

Hemlock '. » bd.ft. 

Other softwoods M bd.ft. 

Hardwoods — 

Ash V bd.ft, 

Birch, beech and maole.Mto.ft 

Chestnut M bd.ft, 

Cottonwood M bd.ft, 

Gum, red and sap M bd.ft, 

Qum, tupelo and tlack.M bd.ft 

Hickory M bd.ft, 

Oak M bd.ft, 

Poplar V bd.ft, 

Walnut M bd.ft, 

Mahogany M bd.ft. 

Magnolia M bd.ft 

Lignum-vitae M bd.ft 

Teak M bd.ft, 

Oak flooring M bd.ft 

Other hardwood floor- 
ing M bd.ft, 

Wagon-oak planks M bd.ft 

Small hardwood dimension 
stock — 
Other than squares. M bd.ft 

Oak squares M bd.ft 

Other squares V bd.ft 

Other hardwoods M bd.ft 

Box snooks: 
White, ponderosa, and sugar 

pine M bd.ft 

Southern pine....- M bd.ft 

Hemlock and spruce M bd.ft 

Gum M bd.ft 

Other M bd.ft 

Railroad ties, sawed: 
Creosoted or otherwise 

treated M bd.ft 

Other M bd.ft 

WOOD MANUFACTURES 



Cooperage : 

Tight staves, new.. 
Tight staves, used. 
Slack staves 



No. 

No. 






1,954 
511 



1,457,125 
59,477 



1,256 
6,186 



17,489 
1,041 

1,060 
1,284 
5,419 
658 
2,590 

294 

8,958 
282 
IS 
556 

2,561 
11,461 

721 
5,789 
4,201 

455 
37,225 
2,198 

62 
351 



5,756 



312 
2,299 



Value 
(dollars) 



5,574 

507 



551,927 
12,913 



454,711 

162,125 

8,104 



91 ,278 
504,966 



7,877 
57,604 



91,251 

1,592,146 
65,411 

154,804 
87,572 

332,971 
48,915 

274,111 

32,567 

1,301,657 

16,263 

4,729 

135,582 

216,505 
1,069,706 

34,887 
225,584 
254,854 

56,588 

5,715,522 

178,941 

50,352 
22,555 



2,158 
2,559 



826,592 

740 

71,395 

158,615 



3,000 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



70,442 
7,916 



21,718,402 
992, 4JO 



2,209,500 



46,480,018 

850,755 

25,095 



4,003,881 
19,848,824 



473,825 
1,536,666 



57,26S,5S6 
3,641,649 

2,626,602 
2,971,768 
13,597,695 
1,647,983 
6,609,305 

8*0,350 

26,876,500 

658,704 

49,904 

1,941,164 

8,960,455 
46,079,928 

2,075,508 
12,374,416 
12,842,491 

2,059,097 
165,460,261 

6,808,755 

83,196 
1,106,512 



135,500 
144,700 



18,215,990 

28,000 

1,576,460 

7,370,667 



11,481 



dule B) 



420500 
420400 
420S00 
420600 
420910 

420950 

421401 

421405 



421601 
421605 
421605 
422100 

422200 
422500 
422600 
422800 
425000 
423100 
425200 
423900 



424200 
424400 

424700 

424800 

426000 

428500 

428600 

428800 

429100 
429200 
429800 
429900 



450200 
430500 
450600 



450798 

430950 



460200 
460400 

460600 
460800 

461000 

461900 

469000 
469100 



469901 
469902 
469903 



Coanodlty description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 4.— WOOD AND PAPER— Cont. 

WOOD MANUFACTURES— Continued 

Cooperage — Continued 

Tight heading Set 

Slack heading Set 

Tight ahooks Set 

Sleek shooks Set 

Tight enpty barrels, casks, 

and hogsheada, new No. 

Tight empty barrels, casks, 

and hogsheads, used No. 

Plywood, aero grade Sq.ft. 

Plywood, other than Douglas 

fir Sq.ft. 

Veneers (except aero grade): 
Fancy, face, or figured.. . .Sq.ft. 

Utility or commercial Sq.ft. 

Veneers, aero grade Sq.ft. 

Veneer packages for fruits and 

vegetablea 

Lath M. 

Shingles Sq. 

Doors No. 

Trim and moldings Lln.ft. 

Venetian blind slats 

Venetian blinds No. 

Sash and blinds, n.e.s No. 

Other millwork and house 

fixtures 

Furniture of wood: 

Chairs No. 

Office furniture end store 

fixtures 

Other wood furniture, chief 

value of wood 

Other wood furniture, chief 

value of upholstery 

Boat oars and paddles No. 

Handles : 

Plow and similar bent 

handles. ■•« Dor. 

Hoe, fork, shovel, broom, mop, 

and other long handles Dos. 

For striking tools Dos. 

Pencil slats: 

Eastern red cedar Lb. 

Incense cedar Lb. 

Woodenware 

Other wood manufactures 



CORK AND MANUFACTURES 

Cork wood or bark , unmanufac- 
tured Lb, 

Disks, washers, and wafers Lb. 

Stoppers Lb. 

Cork insulation Lb, 

Manufactures of artificial, com- 
position, or compressed cork, 
n.e.s.: 
Block cork , expansion Joint 
material, gaskets, grease 
containers, handle grips, 
paper, polishing wheels, rods, 
sheets, shoe insoles, and 

washers Lb. 

Other Lb, 

Manufactures of natural cork, 
n.e.s. : 
Balls , bobbers , buoys , clutch 
corks, cots, daubers, floats, 
gaskets, lame lifts, life 
preservers, paper, polishing 
wheels, swabs, corkwood bark, 
shavings, waste, and refuse. .Lb, 
Other Lb , 

PAPER BASE STOCKS 

Pulpwoode Cord 

Wood pulp (air-dry weight) : 
Sulphite wood pulp, bleached — 
Rayon and special chemical 

grades Short ton 

Other Short ton 

Sulphite wood pulp, 

unbleached Short ton 

Soda wood pulp Short ton 

Sulphate wood pulp, unbleached, 

(kraft pulp) Short ton 

Sulphate wood pulp, 

bleached Short ton 

Screenings and other wood 

pulp Short ton 

hags for paper stock : 
Valued $50 or over per ton 

(ton 2,000 lbs.) Short ton 

Valued under $50 per ton 

(ton 2,000 lbs.) Short ton 

Other paper stock : 
A'aste p per — 

No. 1 mixed paper Lb. 

Super-mixed paper Lb. 

Old corrugated container 

(except kraft) Lb. 

Old kraft corrugated 
containers Lb. 



Net 
quantity 



S6 ,827,804 

57,659,875 

713,407 
16,550,608 
245,555,554 



4S.0S2 



6,519 
46,733 



319,024 
1,354,969 



12,500 
1,026 
21,854 



64,555 
22,285 



9,255 
55,472 



,924 

?J9 



Value 
(dollars) 



27,672 



4,490,322 

6,247,020 

15,400 

355,331 

4,501,064 



1,815,068 


28,991,184 


1,175 


12,000 


2,405 


5,515 


9,815 


17,849 



1S8,4S5 



6,572 

25,733 
128,255 

52,264 

162.0S9 

28,871 

6,456,665 



817 

65 

5,441 



17,625 
5,045 



4,505 

7,460 



191,259 
615,527 



4,848,261 
55,268 



6,982 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



578,298 



66,226,125 

41,108,986 

175,460 
3,746,79S 
33,559,418 



2,910 



823,697 



165,611 
1,598,075 

522,900 

1,571,940 

184,568 

84,984,029 



12,825 
1,120 
26,144 



8S.97S 
28,605 



10,400 
S6.5S0 



1S,5S0;463 

26,946,145 



175,970,255 
1,816,660 



104,6 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
coda No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Nat 

quantity 



Value 
(dollar*) 



Shipping 
weight 

(pounds ) 



coda No. 
(Sehe- 

dule B) 



Commodity daacrlptlon and unit 
of quantity 



quantity 



talua 
(dollar*) 



Shipping 
weight 

(pounds; 



469907 
469909 
469911 
46991S 
469915 

469917 
469919 

469921 
469923 
469925 

469927 
469929 

4699 51 

469913 
469935 

469937 
469959 

469958 

469998 



471100 
471400 
472000 
472100 



472203 
472205 
472298 
472300 
472400 

472501 
472503 
472S0S 
472598 
472605 



472688 
472800 
472900 
473000 
473100 

473200 
473300 
47SS00 
473600 

473800 



474100 
47S000 



476100 
477500 



477700 
477800 



478200 
479300 
479500 

479700 

479900 



S00100 
500200 
SO0S00 
S0O400 



0H00P 4.— WOOD AND PATCH— Corn. 

PAPER BASE STOCKS— Continued 

Other paper atock — Continued 
Waste paper — Continued 

New corrugated cuttings. .. .Lb. 

Box board cuttings Lb. 

White blank news Lb. 

Extra manllas Lb. 

Haw manila envelope 

cuttings Lb. 

No. 1 hard white shavings. .Lb. 
Hard white envelope 

cuttings Lb. 

No. 1 aoft white shavings. .Lb. 

Fly leaf aharinga Lb. 

No. 1 heavy books and 

magazines Lb. 

Mixed books Lb. 

Overissue Magazines Lb. 

No. 1 mixed or colored 

ledger Lb. 

No. 1 white ledger Lb. 

No. 1 assorted kraft 

(old kraft) Lb. 

New 100* kraft cuttings.. . .Lb. 
New lOOJf kraft corrugated 

cuttings Lb. 

Other waste paper Lb. 

Other paper stock Lb. 



PAPER, RELATED PRODUCTS AND 
MANUFACT0HES 



Printing paper i 

Newsprint paper Lb. 

Book paper, not coated Lb. 

Cover paper Lb. 

Greaseproof and waterproof 

paper Lb. 

Overissue and old newspapers i 

No. 1 baled news Lb. 

Overissue news Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Wrapping paper, except kraft... Lb. 

Kraft wrapping paper Lb. 

Surface-coated paper i 
Aluminum foil, paper-backed . .Lb. 

Composition foil paper Lb. 

Copper-coated paper Lb. 

Other surf ace-coated paper... Lb. 
Cigarette paper (except cork 
paper), cigarette books, and 

book covers Lb. 

Other tissue and crepe paper. ..Lb. 

Toilet paper Lb. 

Paper towels and napkins Lb. 

Kraft container board Lb. 

Other box board (paper board 

and strawboard) Lb. 

Briatole and brietol board Lb. 

Other paper board Lb. 

Sheathing and building paper. ..Lb. 
Fiber insulation board (7,16 inch 

and over in thickness) Sq.ft. 

Wall board of paper or pulp (1/8 
to less than "16 dnch in 

thickness) , Sq.ft. 

Blotting paper Lb. 

Filing folders, index cards, 
and other office forma , plain or 

printed Lb. 

Papeteries (fancy writing 

paper) Lb. 

Writing paper .Lb. 

Paper hangings (wall paper).. .Boll 
Paper bagsi 

Heavy shipping sack type Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Boxes and cartons i 

Heavy fiber shipping containers 
of corrugated or solid con- 
tainer board Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Envelopes Lb. 

Vulcenlied fiber sheets, strips, 

rods , and tubes Lb. 

Casb-register and adding-machln* 

paper Lb. 

Other paper and paper products.... 



9,865,410 

12,484,923 

161,201 

11,704,743 



112,340 
5,862,840 
5,920,066 

16,474,625 
S.8S9 

905,450 



1,589,413 
5,179,612 
1,397,060 
38,888 
28,925,619 

6,456,741 

1,498,644 

2,660,992 

698,086 

305419 



55,698 
78,793 



1,073,639 



422,332 

1,130,212 
15,021 

1,870,965 



1,573 
492,440 

343,787 

5,384,432 
3,937 

224,873 



801,697 
774,823 
108,297 
4,346 
945,723 

226,229 
162,795 
109,825 
29,416 

41,895 



2,384 

13,034 



88,590 



64,376,435 



8,595,147 



GBCUP 5 NONMETALLIC MINERALS 

COAL AND RELATED FOILS 

Goal i 

Anthracite Ton 

Bituminous Ton 

Coal and coke briquets Ton 

Coke Ton 



4,618,168 
326,318 



2,938,129 

4,208,376 

142,326 

4,622,786 

156,892 



381,947 
29,811 



193,201 
282,371 
31,103 

1,238,641 

54,042 
485,357 



27 

400,493 



591 
2,657,217 



1,824 



10,622,489 

14,170,085 
181,765 

13,235,329 



114,800 
6,208,915 
6,103,231 

19,143,518 
5,883 

1,016,037 



2,076,824 

5,606,580 

1,563,118 

40,301 

29,056,635 

6,803,539 

1,670,814 

2,718,943 

994,026 

472,301 



37,030 
99,917 



1,158,102 



74,10O,S67 



4,830,859 
339,680 



3,180,202 

4,340,121 

170,158 

5,650,589 

207,161 
2,768,592 



861,179,6501 45/397, 240, 554 



62,280 
,791,567 



501198 

501200 

501510 
501398 
50160S 



502700 
508900 



SOSSOO 

S034O0 

S0SS10 
S0SS20 
503800 

503900 

S04001 



0B3UP S.— NONMETALLIC 
ml NESALS— Continued 

PiTXLZTM" AND PRODUCTS 

Petroleum and Products t 
Crude oils or any othsr 
materials, except motor fuels 
and gasoline as defined below, 
from which by commercial distil- 
lation there can be separated 
more than 3S of a total 
fraction having an A.S.T.M. 
end point of 300° F. which will 
have with the addition of 3cc 
tetraethyl lead per gallon, an 
octane number by the A.S.T.M. 
Knock Test method of SO or 

■ore Bbl. . 

Crude oils or any other 
materials except lubricating 
oils, from which, by commercial 
distillation there can be pro- 
duced, aa distilate or resid- 
uum, products having a viscosity 
of more than 60 seconds Say- 
bolt nnivsrssl at 210°F. with 
a viscosity index of over 60 
lubricating oils from which 
by commercial distillation 
there can be producted aa 
distillates or residuum, 105 
or more of products having a 
Viscositycf more than 60 sec- 
onds Saybolt Dniveraal at 210° 
F. with a viscoaity index 

of over 60 — Bbl. 

Other crude oil not conforming 
to specification in 501103 and 

501107 „..Bbl. 

Natural gasoline Bbl. 

Refined ells: 
Motor fuel and gasoline i 

Blending agents of petroleum 

origin 0*1. 

Anti-knock compounds of 

petroleum origin Gal. 

Aviation motor fuels : 

High octane motor fuels, 
hydrocarbon mixtures 
boiling between 75° F. 
and 350° F.A.S.T M. which 
with the addition of 
teltrawthyl lead up to a 
total content of See per 
gallon will exceed 87 
octane number by the 
A.S.T.U. Knock Test 

method Bbl. 

Medium octane motor fuels 
of which the total frac- 
tion obtained by commer- 
cial distillation having 
an A.S.T.M. end point 
of SOCPF. or lower will 
have with addition of Sec 
tetraethyl lead per gal- 
lon, an octane number by 
the A.S.T.M. Knock Test 
method of 60 or mors. Bbl. 
Other motor fuel and gasoline 
from which by commercial distil- 
lation there can be separated 
more than 3 of a total fraction 
having an A.S.T.M. end point 
of SOOof. which will have with 
the addition of Sec tetraethyl 
lead per gallon, an octane num- 
ber by the A.S.T.M. Knock Test 

Method of 80 or more Bbl. 

Other motor fuels and gasoline 
not conforming to specifica- 
tions in S016O5, 501698 and 

501707 Bbl. 

Naphtha mineral spirits, 
solvents, and other finished 

light products Bbl. 

Kerosene Bbl. 

Oas Oil and distillate 

fuel oil Bbl. 

Residual fuel oil Bbl. 

Lubricating oils: 

Red and pale Bbl. 

Black Bbl. 

Cylinder i 

Bright stocks Fbl. 

Steam refined stocks Bbl. 

Insulating or transformer 

oils 0*1. 

Light lubricating oil* in 

small packages 0*1. 

Aviation lubricating ollat 
High viscosity index grade, 
including any lubricating 
oil of more then °S second*, 
Saybolt Universal, Viscosity 
at 210°F. with a riscoalty 
Index of 85 or over Bbl. 



3,228,929 



5, 385,911 



1,050,067,872 



104,210,272 
7,070 



53,001,705 



399,940,327 



5,877,475 



30,170,613 



2,394,159 



S21 
4,221 



40,2m 

6,058 



1,844 

51 



1,336 
1,161 



786,972 



88,435 
4,868 



18,239,200 
625,176 



22,392,769 

5,250 



612,419,512 
75,310 



JASO*, 79 3,907 



27,637,6 



152,856,125 



12,484,265 



2,120,312 
11, 380,580 



IV. 96,--,' 



14,534,162 
653,95S 



2,670,986 
535,810 



3PS.642 
778,683 



10,508,776 



1,519,513,326 



7,71S,041,40S 



623,9v0,lS0 



149,S6S,189 
1^86,516,974 



14461,667,755 

*$w»4es;tw 



610,901,595 
19,716,349 



72,481,040 
27,921,612 



10,517,160 
11, 313,912 



248,363,673 



10 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
oode No. 
(Sehe- 

dul. B) 



60*300 

601500 
60*600 
50*700 
50*800 
505200 
S0S900 



512700 

5164 00 
516500 
517000 
S17100 



521200 
521S00 



521750 
521790 
521800 
522000 



525005 
528009 
525098 
52S200 

S 25*00 
S2I600 



528710 
525720 



525910 
525920 
525500 



529100 
529200 
529900 



550500 
550900 



555500 
55S40O 



Coawsodlty description and unit 
of quantity 



ORDIT S.— NONMETALUC 
uj fERALS— Continued 

PETROLEUM AND PRODUCTS— Continued 

Petroleum and producta— Continued 
Light lubricating oila in smell 
pa ckages — Continued 
Medium rlacoalty lndei grades, 
including any lubricating oil 
of wore than 60 aeconda , Say- 
bolt Unl Tarsal, Vlaooaity at 
210°F. with a Viscosity Index 

of 60 or over Bbl . 

Lubricating oils n.a.a., In- 
eluding other Motor oil not 
conforming to abore spocifioa- 
tiona for aviation lubricating 

oil Bbl. 

Lubricating greases, except 

graphite lubricants Lb. 

Petroleum and petroleum Jelly, 

all gradee Lb. 

Liquefied petroleua gases.... Lb. 
P&r&f fin waxi 

Unrefined Lb. 

Refined and semi-refined... Lb, 

Petroleum asphalt L.ton 

Petroleum coke L.ton 

Natural Oae V Cu.ft. 

Petroleum products, n.e.s., 
except finished petroleum sprays 
and finished blended gasoline. Gal 

STONE, HTDRAULIC CEMENT, AND LINE 

Marble and other building and 
monumental stone, rough or 

dressed Cu.ft. 

Manufactures of stone, n.e.e 

Hydraulic cement i 

Standard Portland Bbl. 

White nonstaining and other. Bbl. 
Concrete and cement manufactures. . 
Lime Bbl. 



GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS 

Plate glass Sq.ft 

Cylinder, crown, and sheet 

glass Sq.ft 

Laminated glass and manufactures I 

Bulletproof glaeo 

Other 

Boiled glass Sq.ft 

Boiled, cylinder, crown, and 
sheet, glass, obscured by 
coloring prior to aolidlfica- 
tlon, not less than 1/* inch 

In thickneaa Sq.ft 

Optical glass, other than 

ophthalmic No 

Prisms for fire control 

Instruments No. 

Other glass 

Unfilled glass containers I 

Pharmaceutical and proprietary 
ware, including prescription 
bottles, ampoules, and 

vials 

Beverage bottles, including 
soda, beer, and alconoLlc- 

beverage bottles 

Other unfilled glass 

contalnere 

Tumblers, drinking glasses and 
stemware, plain, cut, engraved, 
or otherwise decorated t 

Machine-made No. 

Hand -made No. 

Table glassware, n.e.s., plain, 
cut, engraved, or otherwise 
decorated t 

Machine -made No. 

Hand -made No. 

Lamp chimneys and lantern 

globes 

Globes and shades for lighting 

fixtures 

Chemical glassware Lb. 

Glass electric insulators Lb. 

Other glassware 



Net 
quantity 



1,9*2,57* 



1,105,8*9 

18,*87,9S9 

2S, 502,075 
565,776 

45,4.14,651 
55,264,22* 

70,505 



1,*51,S91 



16,655 
75* 



CLAT AND CLAT PRODUCTS 

Fire clay Ton 

Other clays Ton 

Potto ryi 

Table and kitchen articles 

and utensils Dot. 

Sanitary articles — 
Closet bowls and water — 

closet sets Piece 

Lavatories, sinks, etc... Piece 
All other sanitary fixtures 
and fittings , and parts , 
n.e.s. 



value 
(dollars) 



2«, 515, 269 



17,166,859 
1,521,661 

858,687 

54,465 

2,166,898 
2,152,592 

1,660,497 



929,265 



12,567 

57,955 

5,915 

42 

1,85* 



24,6*7 

58,485 

55,592 
4,891 

7,480 



5,525 
19,628 

50,277 

1* 
25,995 



,570 

100 



AS 
J22 



765 
5,828 



62,09* 



159 
1,526 



Shipping 
weight 

(pounds) 



155,225 

12,915 

52,974 

61,770 

165,576 



24,989 
69,158 



112,151 



5,166 
17,840 



612,992,985 



588,552,125 
21,446,495 

28,571,6*6 

559,7*5 

*9 ,190,505 

54,219,526 

170,881,959 



11,S2S,9*6 



*0,589 

6,550,55* 

296,405 

182 

85,652 



146,046 
1,559,619 

44,246 

57,642 
87,042 



570 
' 17,671 

477,519 

77 
117,885 

8,456 



Commodity 
ood* No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



2,405 
290 

622,218 

61,608 

90,196 

575,845 

1,204,456 



1,754,105 
15,1S4,1S7 



.842,882 



24,950 
80,592 



555SCO 
555600 
555800 

556100 
556200 

556500 
556400 

556600 
S56700 
556800 
556900 
557000 



557505 
557598 
557905 



540500 

540600 
540905 
540910 
540920 
540998 

541105 
541198 



541500 
541800 
541900 



545198 
545500 

545400 
545510 

546550 

5*5600 
5*5700 

545810 

545850 

545901 
54S905 
545909 

545915 
54S998 



5*7000 
5*7100 



S*7201 
547205 



547501 
547505 

547*01 
547498 
547800 
546001 
548005 
548015 

548055 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



ORODP 6 wONMETALLIC 

Ml NESALS— Continued 

CLAT AND CLAT PRODUCTS— Continued 

Pottery — Continued 
Electrical poroelaln — 

For leae than 6600 volte... Lb. 
For 6600 volte and over.... Lb. 

Other pottery 

Firebrick i 

Chrome brick and shapes Lb. 

Magnealte brick and shapes... Lb, 
Silica brick— 

Standard 9-inch series M. 

Other shapes M. 

Fire-clay briok— 

Standard 9-inch aeries M. 

All other shapes M. 

Other fire brick Lb, 

All other brick M, 

Earthen floor end wall 

tiles Sq.ft, 

High-temperature or refractory 
cement i 

Chromite refractories .Lb. 

Other Lb, 

Clay roofing tile, structural 
clay and hollow tiles, sewer 

pipes, and conduits 

Other terra-cotta and ceramic 
manufactures 



OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS, 
INCLUDING PRECIOUS 



sry and 



Abrasives i 
Wheels of 

corundum Lb. 

Grindstones Lb. 

Diamond grinding wheels Lb 

Diamond dust Carat 

Emery powder Lb. 

Other natural abrasives, hones 

whetstones, etc Lb. 

Steel abrasives Lb. 

Artificial abrasives , crude 

and in grains, n.e.e Lb. 

Wheels of artificial 

abrasives Lb. 

Steel wool Lb. 

Abrasive paper and cloth. ... Beam 
Other artificial abrasives, 

hones, whetstones, etc Lb. 

Asbestos i 
Unmanufactured (crude and 
fiber)— 
Of fibers 5/8 in. or more in 

length Ton 

Other Ton 

Paper, millboard, and roll 

board Lb. 

Pipe covering and cement Lb. 

Textiles and yarn Lb. 

Paoking Lb, 

Brake lining- 
Molded and semlmoldsd Lb, 

Not molded Lin. it . 

Clutch facing — 

Molded and seal molded No 

Woven No 

Brake blocks — 

Molded and semlmolded Lb. 

Woven .Lb. 

Boiler mattress covers and 

f illers Lb 

Sheets Lb 

Other asbestos manufactures, 

n.e.s Lb. 

Asphalt and bitumen, natural 

Unmanufactured Ton 

Manufactures, n.e.e Lb. 

Graphite, natural i 

Ceylon amorphous /..Lb 

Flake, crystalline lump or 

chip Lb 

Other natural graphite Lb 

Carbon or graphite products) 
Electrodes for furnace or 
electrolytic work- 
Carbon Lb 

Graphite Lb. 

Brushes end stock- 
Carbon Lb. 

Graphite 

Lighting carbons No* 

Carbon electrodes, n.e.s Lb. 

Graphite electrodes, n.e.s... Lb. 
Battery mix (marganase 

dioxide ) Lb. 

Manufactures in which either 
flake graphite or crystalline 
lump or chip graphite 1& 
an essential component, includ- 
ing graphite crucibles, re- 
torts, and stoppers (graphite 

content) Lb, 

Other carbon or graphite 
products, n.e.e 



Net 
quantity 



2,555,508 
261,92* 



752,785 

554,214 

288 

21 

784 

102 

52,899,768 



12,800 
2,108,066 



552,267 
15,699 
1,71* 



88,156 

21,454,929 
127,700 

26,778,795 

9,109,602 

11,057 

24,860 



409,467 
570,252 
15,959 
496,250 

80,550 
2,259 

9,619 

2,010 



805,285 
170,294 



29,128 
58,062,570 



1,850 



52,021 
2,124,504 



6,46*,790 
9,746,792 



122,091 



577,080 

2,864,154 

760,161 

1,690,260 



Value 

(doll are) 



706,979 
85,796 
105,092 

55, S88 
15,107 

25,429 

4,578 

94,099 
9,597 

957,492 



759 

146,914 



1,782 
9,541 



176,716 

6S7 

48,929 



25,671 

599,981 
5,821 

2,810,992 

5,911,468 

4 

125,955 

49,615 



2,765 

50,905 
58,797 
11,512 
247,579 

56,529 
2,100 

4,707 
1,0*0 



87,292 
50,105 



56*,*20 
426,559 



5,852 
122,200 



766,155 
1,416,977 

554,896 
5,012 
75,855 
455,185 
125,529 

76,129 



165,185 
254,285 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



2,978,011 
5*8,826 
198,527 

818,561 

599, *87 

1,691,711 
185,514 

6,594,517 

500,511 
87,162,982 



14,912 
2,505,855 



55,211 
484,682 



445,140 
15,750 
1,889 



100, S81 

22,055,118 
127,700 

27,711,816 

11, 467.5U 

40 

571,219 

50,654 



49,428 

492,56* 
691,8*1 
2*,716 

578,408 

101,956 
2,926 

10,224 
1,765 



840,757 
225,068 



69,840,778 
59,526,106 



2..149 



59,517 
2,515,252 



7,565,154 
11,748,978 

165,488 

2,589 

179,448 

8,202,211 

941,869 

1,782,588 



975,756 
1,599,522 



11 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



3r-ircinr 
weight 
(pounds) 



^ceveodxty 



Sche- 
dule B) 



Commcdiv vid unit 

of quantity 



quantity 



Value 
(dollar* 



OOBOdM 



548500 
S48400 
S48S00 

S48700 
54 9000 



551200 
551500 



571400 
571S0O 

572200 
572400 
575600 



596001 
596002 



596006 
596008 

596010 
596015 
596020 
596025 

596098 

599005 

599098 



600700 
601020 
601050 
601040 

601070 

601090 



601100 
601500 



601400 
601500 



601601 
W 18 9 

601605 
601607 

60160S 



601701 
601705 
601705 
601707 
601709 



GROUP 5. — N0N12TALLIC 
_ MINERALS— Continued 

OTHER 'XJNMETALLIC VINSRALS, 
MO PRECIOUS — Continued 

Gypsum and manufactures of: 

Cruie, crushed or ground Ton 

Calcined (plaster of paris)..Ton 
Plaster board and wall 

board Sq. ft 

Other 

Rock wool and other semi-rigid 
and "fill" mineral insulating 

materials 

Mica: 

Unmanufactured Lb. 

Manufactured and manufactures o£ 

Ground or pulverized Lb. 

Other, including processed 
mica, and built-up mica and 

mica products Lb 

Sulphur: 

Crude Ton 

Crushed, ground, refined, 

sublimed, and flowers Lb. 

Magnesia and manufactures Lb. 

Salt " 

Talc, steatite, soapstone, and 
pyrophyllite, crude and 

ground Ton 

Charcoal Lb. 

Quartz crystal 1 
Piezo electric 

Raw 

Plates, resonaters, and 

oscillators 

Frequency control units 

Optical: 

Raw 

Plates, lenses, and prisms . . 
Cryolite: 

Natural ,Ll 

Artificial Lb 

Kluorspar Lb 

Mineral wax (except paraffin 

wax) |.b 

Other nonnetailic mineral 

products, except precious 

Lianonds suitable only for 

industrial use Carat 

Precious, synthetic, and imita- 
tion stones, n.e.s., including 
oearls 



GROUP 6.— METALS AM) MANU- 
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY 
AND VEHICLES 



Iron ore Ton 

IRON AND STEEL SEMHUNU7ACTUS 

Pie ircn Ton 

Iron and steel scrap: 

No. 1 heavy melting steel scrap 

Category 2. * L. Ton 

No. 2 melting steel scrap- 
Category 5 * L. Ton 

Hydraulically compressed and 
baled steel scrap- 
Categories 7 and 8.*. .L.Ton 
Cast and burnt iron scrap- 
Categories 1, 9, 10, 11, 

and 12. • L. Ton 

Other-Categories 4, 5, 6, 

and 13.* L.Ton 

Scrap Tin: 

Tin-plate scrap L Ton 

Tin-rlate circles, strips, 
cobbles and scrollshear 

butts L.Ton 

Waste-waste tin slate. .L.Ton 
Teme-plate clippings 

and scrap 1- Ton 

Steel ingots, blooms, billets, 
slabs, sheet bars, and trt-p]*te 
cars: 
Not containing alloy — 

Iron and steel billets. Ton 
Iron anl steel blooms. .Ton 
Iron and steel ingots. .Ton 
Iron and steel slabs... Ton 
Iron and steel sheet bars, 
and tin-plate bars... -Ton 
Alloy steel, including 
stainless — 
Iron and steel billets. Ton 
Iron and steel blooms. . Ton 
Iron and steel ingots -Ton 
Iron and st -el slabs... Ton 
Iron ftn. J steel sheet bars, 
and tin-plate bir- 



6,127 



135,763 



18,198 



86,653 
3,336.280 



9,286 

311,981 

,941,415 
28,171 
851,200 



5,852 



49,661 

5,139,918 

198,228 
2,027 
27,378 



37,834 



973,589 
247,745 



77,856 

10,437 
699,310,735 

W ,080,716 

30,373 
964,191 

626 

7,932 



5,301 
5,752 



::,eoc 



3,148 

406,922 

210,599 

140 

50,859 



23,858 



3,320,728 
6,218,158 

1 

204,476 



637,39902 



8,411, 713034 



3,749,477 



278,969,360 



793,503 



455,728 

217,431 
148,877 

458 



51,965 
1,408 

20,666 
l.OSB 



?: 



utive Order, effective October 16, 1940. 



21,159,508 

120,629 

7.915,799 

5,979,712 

31,133 



9.415,434 
262,546 
870,617 

7,455 



i.tr, o. \. 

4,732,445 

487,103,910 

355,463,489 

989,819 



116,419,257 
3,158,530 
46,289,080 
16,071,370 

. 



602000 
602100 
602200 

602300 
602500 
602600 



603015 

603098 
60S115 



603119 
603150 



603205 
603298 



B0S50C 
B0540C 



603510 
603550 
603590 



E 5711 
603715 
603719 



603751 
603755 
603759 



603791 
603795 
603798 



60SS11 
603815 
B0S817 
905819 



B0S8S) 

603855 
605859 



603891 
60389S 
603896 

604100 

e • •.; v 



group -: — - 
pacturss, e0cs2pt ' 

AID VEHICLES — Continued 

- 
' 3— Continued 

Iron and steel bars and rods: 
Steel bars, cold f inished. . . . Lb. 

Iron bars 

Concrete reinforcement bars.. Lb. 
Other steel bars — 

Not containing allor. It 

Stainless steel ....Lb. 

Alloy 3teel other than 
stainless. ... 1: 

Wire rods Lb. 

Iron and steel "laies, sheets, 
skelp, and strips: 
Boiler plate- 
late other 
»d in Presi- 
dent's Proclamation of 

. 1957 Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Other plates, not fabricated — 
Not containing alloy — 

Anror olate ot^.er than that 
listed in President's 
Proclamation of May 1, 

1937 Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Stainless steel Lb. 

Alloy steel other than 
stainless — 
; —r plate other than that 
listed in -'resident's. 
Proclamation of May 1, 

1937 Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Skelp iron or steel — 

Skelp seri-finished Lb. 

Skelp iron and steel 1: 

Iron and steel sheets, 
galvanized — 

Iron sheets Lb. 

Steel sheets Lb. 

Steel sheets, black, ungalvan- 
ized— 

Not containing alloy Lb. 

Stainless steel Lb. 

Alloy steel other than 

stainless Lb. 

Iron sheets, black... 
Strip, hoop, band, and scroll 
iron and steel — 
Cold rolled, not containing 
alloy — 
Iron and steel strip — ■ Lb. 

Steel hoop Lb. 

nd scroll iron and 

^.eel ..'.;. 

Cold rolled, stainless steel- 
Iron anr 1 steel std 

Ste^l hoop lb. 

Band anC scroll iron and 

steel Lb. 

~old rolle J , alloy steel 
other than stainless — 

Steel rtriD 

Steel hoop Lb. 

t *and and scroll iron and 

steel Lb. 

Hot rolled, not containing 
alloy- 
Iron and steel strip. ..Lb. 

Steel hoop Lb. 

Baling bands Lb. 

Band and scroll iron and 

steel Lb. 

Hot rolled, stainless steel- 
Iron and steel strip. ...Lb. 

Steel hoop Lb. 

Band ano scroll iron and 

steel Lb. 

Hot rolled, allor steel other 
than stainless — 

Steel strip Lb. 

Steel hcor Lb. 

Band and scroll iron and 

steel Lb. 

Tin-plate and tacrers tin. lb. 
Ternenlate. includir 
temes 






Structural iron and steel: 
R ater, oil, ess, and other 
storare tanks cosrl*tc, and 
knocked-down material for 
temporary or oerwanr- 

stallatlon lb. 



229,568,052 

19,758,321 

72,561,295 
1,798,285 

20S,S43,677 
195,609,622 



2,686,786 

24,457,006 



15,188,96. 

254,774 
555,425 

3,061,245 
192,084 

26,420,086 

4,642,015 



63,741 
693,501 



8,665,527 222,422 

308,738,906 7,949,325 

3,650,520 291,753 



639,843 
31,313.482 



805,810 



773,445,000 
5,118,087 



16,949,477 
832,327 



56,974,097 
1,296,796 



2,740 
4,459,541 



18,404,934 

26S.99C 



64,S6F,654 

3,K6,2ie 

483,445 

457,005 

2,M6,14e 



491, S!5 



46,604 



' ,926,08 



. 



39,755 
1,156,749 



56,995 
4,070.141 



26,999,591 
2,109,408 



1,560,252 
S-,923 



5,50 ,SK 

91,887 



1,529 
422,615 



3, 25", 029 
9,950 

4S.008 

110,926 
1°,496 

24,485 






6,752,874 

13,482 



39,129 
2", 332, 42? 



! . M 



56,587 

r \086 
19,5 

206.C = ' 



2,688.911 
24,490,904 



9,670,961 
S08,96t ,666 



640,609 
51, 389,606 



871,146 
120 868.558 



788.581, I.". 

5,381,896 



17,393.440 
342,887 






3,014 



265,990 



0.4,081 



64,872,608 

483,445 

462,655 

2,490,619 



99,319 



<91,S3S 



53,867 
526,108,984 



I ,089,571 



■ . 



Ii2 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OP DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



code No 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Joraawdity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
quantity 



Value 
(dollars 



Shirking 
weight 
(pounds) 



«onnDdl1 y 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



^hipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



804 S00 
BO4SO0 

604700 

B04800 

604901 



60S1CO 
605200 



GROUP 6. — UKTALS UN 
FACTVKES, EXCEPT MACHINERY 
ANT VEHICLES— Continued 

STEH UIU MANUFACTWSS- Continual 

Structural iron and steel — Cont. 
Structural shapes — 

Not fabricated 1'on 

Fabricated Ton 

Plates, fabricated, punched or 

shaped Lb. 

Metal lath (expanded metal)- Lb. 
Sash ana frames of iron or 

steel Lb- 
Sheet piling Lb. 

Railway-track material: 
Rails— 

60 pounds and over per 

yard Ton 

Less than 60 pounds per 

yard Ton 

Relaying rails Ton 

Rail joints, splice bars, fish- 
plates, ana tieolates Lb. 

Switches, frogs, and 

crossings Lb. 

Railroad spikes Lb. 

Railroad bolts, nuts, washers, 

and nut locks Lb. 

Tubular products and fittings: 
Boiler tubes — 

Seamless Lb. 

Welded lb. 

Casing and oil-line pipe — 

Seamless Lb. 

Welded Lb. 

Seamless black pipe, other than 

casing and oil-line Lb. 

Malleable-iron screwed pipe 

fittings Lb. 

Cast-iron screweo pipe 

fittings Lb. 

Cast-iron pressure pipe Lb. 

Cast-iron pressure pipe 

fittings Lb. 

Cast-iron soil pipe Lb. 

Cast-iron soil pipe fittingsLb. 
Welded black pipe — 

Steel Lb. 

Wrought iron Lb. 

Welded galvanized pipe — 

Steel Lb. 

Wrought iron lb. 

All other iron and steel 

pipe, n- e. s Lb. 

All other iron and steel pipe 

fittings, n.e.s Lb. 

Wire and manufactures: 

Iron or 3teel wire, uncoatedLb. 

Galvanized wire Lb. 

Barbed wire Lb. 

Woven-wire fencing Lb. 

Woven-wire screen cloth — 

Insect Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Wire rope and wire strand — 
Wire rope and cable, not 

insulated Lb. 

Wire strand Lb. 

Electric welding rods and 

wire Lb. 

Other wire and manufactures — 

Bale ties Lb. 

Welding rods and wire of 
iron or steel, other than 

electric Lb. 

Coated wire, n.e.s., of iron 

or steel Lb. 

Picture cords Lb. 

Wire on spools or in coilsnot 

attached to cards Lb. 

Wire clothesline L- 

Twisted wire Lb. 

Other wire and manu- 
factures Lb. 

Nails and bolts (except railroad): 

Wire nails Lb. 

Horseshoe nails Lb. 

Tacks Lb. 

Other nails anii staples Lb. 

Bolts, machine screws, nuts 
rivets, and washers (except 

aircraft and railroad) Lb. 

Castings and forgings: 

Grey-iron castings Lb. 

Malleable-iron castings Lb. 

Steel castings — 

Not containing alloy Lb. 

Alloy steel including 

stainless Lb. 

Railway car wheels, tires, and 
axles — 
Railway car wheels (except 

locomotive) Lb. 

Railway car tires and loco- 
motive car wheels Lb. 



33,426 
23,424 



14,006, ii I 
44,490 



17,400 
15,211,752 



133,612 



49,496 
607 



67,435,472 
26,727,436 



5,038,822 



98,766,110 
8,134,800 

74,285,176 
17,409,439 

51,838,198 

2,265,571 

146,801 
2,872,003 

148,669 
2,478,575 
1,662,364 

19,942,984 
32,179,330 

30,336,239 
16,581,712 

124,035,614 

11,913,290 

51,648,655 
68,983,612 
12,551,629 
3,965,598 

313,459 
4,068,534 



2 ,052 ,036 
3,089,756 



743,900 
2,928 



1,583 
412,227 



2,224,024 
25,711 



3,893,257 



4,406,850 
925,674 



- -,•"?- 



10,574,839 
651,333 



3,961,060 
953,647 



4,255,644 
377,984 



13,307 
82,934 

15,519 
75,828 
287,673 

1,144,748 
1,452,138 

1,347,337 
803,693 

13,084,622 

2,890,946 

4,838,779 

4,611,580 

624,399 

316,316 

59,818 
1,313,154 



57,586,433 
791,341 

8,155,919 

2,567,953 

8,282,442 
7,690,462 



1,760,166 
20 



12,422,331 

51,866,516 

775,986 

338,094 

5,664,595 



69,719,741 



371,405 
82,735 



16,196,676 
115,795 



33,363,456 
25,824,210 



12,760,011 
88,559 

1,250,841 

98,314 

1,211,136 
1,723,781 



131,818 

1 

1,281 

l,eC3,911 

1,948,806 
109,327 
40,453 
284,319 



91,460 
38,943 



3,632,934 
42,260 



1,794,038 
1,652,892 



74,853,493 
52,990,175 



24,091,385 
44,490 



24,070 
15,211,752 



efi8.e86.e44 



110,817,218 
1,360,092 



127,399,982 



68,072,969 
27,952,849 



5,298,873 



101,268,833 
8,350,141 

74,424,274 
17,413,471 

51,999,593 

2,494,884 

152,656 
2,872,024 

187,727 
2,482,616 
1,814,150 

20,035,702 
32,189,424 

30,379,818 
18,612,795 

125,516,029 

12,910,342 

52,787,512 

69,728,641 

12,770,712 

3,984,106 

341,720 
4,452,074 



63,664,129 
878,429 



8,548,900 
2,571,859 



8,598,317 
8,549,141 



1,807,314 

25 

4,235 

12,929,072 

55,429,581 

859,374 

367,245 

6,031,946 



385,477 
87,815 



16,535,314 
120,874 



33,363,731 
25,829,066 



610528 
610535 

610SS8 
610600 



610701 
610705 



610801 
610805 



611200 
611 3"0 
600400 



611805 
611809 
611825 
611898 
611900 

612100 



612400 
612500 



6J 5000 
613100 

613250 

613350 

613400 

613500 

613600 
613700 

613900 
614300 

614400 

614500 



614705 
614798 



614800 
614900 
615000 
615100 

615220 



GROUP 6.— MCTAl:: Aim MANU- 

-Gontlnued 

-HI U/WUFACTURES— Continued 

Castings and forgings: 

Railway car wheels, tires, and 

axles — Continued 
Railway car axl"S, without 
whoels (except locomo- 
tive) Lb. 

Railway locomotive car axles 

without wheels Lb. 

Railway car axles fitted 
with wheels (except loco- 
motive) . Lb. 

Railway car axles fitted 
with wheels, locomotive. . .Lb. 

Horseshoes and calks Lb. 

Iron and steel forgings, 
n- e. s — 

Not containing alloy- 
Grinding balls Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Alloy steel including 
stainless — 

Grinding balls Lb. 

Other Lb. 

IRON AND STEEL ADVANCED 
MANUFACTURES 

Cutlery: 

Razors , *a f ety D07. 

Safety-razor blades C.(lOO) 

Scissors, shears, and 

snips Doz. 

Table cutlery, including 

forks Doz. 

Butchers' and kitchen knives, 

forks, cleavers, and 

steels Doz. 

Machine knives — 

Shear knives No. 

Metal cutting tools No. 

Machine cutting tools.... No- 
Other macnine knives No. 

Other cutlery and parts 

Hollow ware: 

Tin and galvanized hollow 

ware Lb. 

Tin cans, finished or 

unfinished Lb. 

Enameled ware of iron or steel: 

Bathtubs No. 

Lavatories, sinks, and other 

plumbing fixtures No. 

Table, household, kitchen and 

hospital utensils, and hollow 

or flat ware Lb. 

Metal furniture and fixtures: 
Sheet-metal storage cabinets, 

medicine cabinets, and 

lockers No. 

Sheet-metal shelving and wall 

bins 

Sheet -metal filing cases 

with exposed drawers (not 

insulated) No. 

Sheet-metal filing cases with 

exposed drawers (insulatecljNo. 
Fire resistive safes and vault 

doors (insulated) No. 

Bank vaults, doors, and intarior 

equipment 

Other office and store furni- 
ture, fixtures, and parts . . 
Metal beds and bed springsNo. 
Other metal furniture indpsrts, 

whether or not upholstered. . 
Cooking and heating stoves, except 
electric: 
Coal and wood cooking andrccm- 

heating stoves No. 

Gas stoves , ranges, and room 

and water heaters No. 

Kerosene cooking stoves. . . . No. 
Kerosene room and water 

heaters No. 

Gasoline stoves and room and 

water heaters No. 

''lea stove windows 

Parts of gas, kerosene, and 

gasoline stoves and heaters 
Central heating equipment: 
House-heating boilers and 

warm-air furnaces No. 

House-heating radiators (sq. 

ft. radiation) Sq.ft. 

Domestic conversion oil turners 

and oil-fired boilers No. 

Industrial conversion oil 

burners and oil-fired 

boilers No. 

Domestic and industrial oil 

burner parts 



9,103,566 
4,023,507 



407,267 
249,003 



21,090,243 


1,179,110 


3,022,751 
196,900 


197,152 
14,383 


350,552 
53,713,992 


35,937 
14,182,269 


3,102,046 
2,728,176 


156,519 
460,960 


5,093 
618,905 


12,461 
496,804 


6,151 


94,668 


3,174 


7,950 


4,671 


20,714 


171 
4,036 

114 
3,381 


3,260 

39,238 

773 

9,374 

900,650 


1,164,843 


149,330 


182.451 


39,662 


40 


1,529 


788,673 


176,653 


72 


1,972 


67 


327 


26 


6,075 


158 


10,251 




22,833 






5, OSS 


25,829 




19,637 


822 


22,874 


68 
166 


7,990 
1,187 


134 


8,907 




30,778 


62 


10,716 


1,240 


1,222 


5 


1,524 


6 


7,404 











9,126,800 
4,064,840 



3,057,611 
210,580 



371,563 
54,052,033 



3,181,654 
2,837,045 



8,344 
342,101 



56,636 
8,826 



40,693 

2,339 

4,824 

111 

5,489 

1,854,558 



1,224,578 
184,468 



6,972 
907,565 



17,681 



1,617 

5,543 

124,679 

165,365 

7,251 
178,484 



MJOSO 

6,654 



6,573 
31,991 



78,927 
21,821 
3,823 

17,804 
61,270 



13 



Coemodit7 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



645911 
643919 
649998 

644000 
644100 
644 801 

644805 
645000 
645500 
64 54 SO 

645457 



645458 
645600 
645700 

645800 

646500 

646900 



647909 
647911 
647915 

647915 
647917 
647919 
647998 



650700 
650800 
651200 



651520 
651521 
6S15S0 



6S155S 
6S1SS5 
651580 



654501 
6S4S0S 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR TEAR 1S44— Continued 



Commodity description sod unit 
of quantity 



(BOOT 6.— METALS AND MANU- 
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHDEHT 
AND VEHICLES — Continued 

NONFEBHOUS 0BE3, METALS AND 
ALLOTS, EICEPT PRECIOUS — Continued 

Copper— Continued 

Other copper manufactures- 
Valves or valve bodies, size 
4° or larger, used to control 
flow of liquids, vapors, o: 
gasee in piping, including 
gate, globe, angle, and cheek 

valves No. 

Munitions — 

Rotating bands for shells. . Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Other copper manufactures 

Brass and bronze: 

Scrap and old Lb. 

Ingots Lb. 

Bare, rods, and unfinished 

shafting Lb. 

Blanks Lb. 

Plates and sheets t,d. 

Pipes and tubee Lb. 

Pipe fittings Lb. 

Pipe valves — 
Valves or valve bodies, 
size 4* or larger, used 
to control flow of liquids, 
vapors, or gases in piping, 
including gate, glove, angle, 

and check valves Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Plumbers' brass goods Lb. 

Wire (bare and insulated) of 

braaa or bronze Lb. 

Brass wood screws (whetner or 

not plated) Gross 

Hinges and butts of brass or 

bronze Doz. prs. 

Other hardware of brass or 

bronze 

Other brass and bronze manu- 
factures — 

Brass and bronze die stocks, 
shims, bearings, and 

bushings Lb. 

Brass and bronze fabrications 

for munitions Lb. 

Brass and bronze window 

strips Lb. 

Brass and bronze shapes. .. .Lb. 
Brass and bronze stampings. Lb. 
Brass a nd bronze castings 

and forgings Lb. 

Brass and bronze angles. .. .Lb. 
Brass and bronze channels. .Lb. 
Brass and bronze circles. . .Lb. 
Other brass and bronze 

manufactures 

Lead: 

Pigs and bars Lb. 

Sheets and pipes Lb. 

Solder Lb. 

Other lead manufactures— 
Type metal (antimonial 

lead) Lb. 

Anodes ■ Lb. 

Cable (all types) Lb. 

Foil, including lead and 

lead-tin foil Lb. 

Plate, or battery plate (not 
assembled as complete 

battery units) Lb, 

Scrap and residues, includ- 
ing battery-end Lb. 

Shrapnel Lb. 

Shot Lb. 

Lead eastings, caulking yarn, 
circles, discs and rings, 
flanges (roof flanges, 
laminated lead, plugs, 
powdered and granulated 
lead, sash and scale 
weights, sections, sinkers, 
strips, tape, washers, wire, 

and wool Lb. 

Other lead manufactures 

Nickel! 
Ore, concentrates, and matte, Lb. 
alloys, and scrap containing 

nickel Lb. 

Metal in Ingots, bars, grains, 
rods, sheets, strip, shot, 

plates, and other forme Lb. 

Manufactures — 

Valves or valve bodies, size 
4" or larger, used to control 
flow of liquids, vapors, or 
gases in piping, including 
gate, globe, angle, and check 

valves No. 

Other nickel ■amufactnrea 



Net 

quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



606 
402,595 

35,4S8,544 

9,040,471 

217,148,062 

8,242,109 

60,782 



49,515 
105,179 
21,774 

5,885,805 



5,962 



590,217 



65,065 

5.688,284 
1,704,157 
59,872,875 
2,475,858 
56,789 



51,417 
85,582 
17,812 

1,572,966 

2,459 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



25,542 
5,698,704 



18,588 
60 



28,659,571 
591,214 
52,880 



1.004 
2,028,942 

2,151 



19,042 



27,280 
1,119,291 



11,888 
20 



1,902,582 
31,497 
8,459 



270 

SS8,476 

545 



1,122 



78,245 



9SS,17S 
6,705,511 



475 



26,857 
2,408 



2S2.S94 

2.675,744 



651 
411,745 

59,928,066 

9,514,517 

254,967,566 

9,774,808 

66,722 



55,499 
122,019 
25,047 

6,454,585 

6,997 



50,254 
6,206,445 



20,450 
65 



940,067 

28,839,528 
404,827 
56,087 



1,110 

2,278,851 

2,560 

2,584 



99,286 
10,167 



1,027,819 
7,172,575 

i.ies.sos | 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



656501 
656502 
656505 
656507 



656508 
656509 



656598 
657000 



657103 
657105 
657111 
657121 
6S712S 
657198 



857205 
657209 



657507 
6S7598 
658600 



658901 

658905 
658907 
658998 
661000 



662000 
663000 

863500 
663600 
663601 
663700 
S6S800 
665900 



664501 
664 SOS 
664510 

664515 

664518 
664521 
664525 
664530 
664555 

864S40 



06458? 
664565 

664S70 
664580 
664S8S 
664595 
M4E96 



664901 
664905 

664910 
664915 
664917 
664918 
90488] 



BB4M0 

664935 



664940 
664 S45 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 6.— METALS AID MANU- 
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHDEHT 
AND VEHICLES — Continued 
NONFERROOS ORES, METALS AND 
ALLOTS, EXCEPT PRECIOUS — Continued 

Tin and manufactures: 

Tin sheets Lb. 

Tin tubes Lb. 

Tin foil Lb. 

Tin metal in ingots, pigs, bars, 
blocks, slabs, and other 

forms Lb. 

Tin scrap and waste Lb. 

Alloys containing tin, in- 
cluding scrap Lb. 

Other 

Zinc: 
Ore, concentrates and dross. 

Zinc content C. lb. 

Cast in slabs, plates or blocks 

Special high grade containing 

not over 007f* letJ, not ova 

.005% iron, not over .005% 

cadmium, no aluminum, and at 

least 99. 99 zinc Lb. 

High grade, etc Lb. 

Intermediate Lb. 

Brass special Lb. 

Selected Lb. 

Prime Western. Lb. 

Other zinc cast in slsbs, 

plates or blocks Lb. 

Rolled in sheets and stripe — 

Photo-engraving sheets Lb. 

Sheets, n. e s , and strips. Lb. 
Other forms, n e.s.— 
Zinc alloys, other than 

brass or bronze . .Lb. 

Zinc die castings Lb. 

Other forms , n-e. s Lb. 

Dust Lb. 

Other zinc manufactures, con- 
taining 20% or more zinc — 
Battery shells and parts, 

unassembled Lb. 

Photo-engraving plates Lb. 

Wire lb. 

Oth-r 

Nickel silver, or German silver, 
crude, scrap, or in bars, rods, 

or sheets Lb. 

Babbitt metal lb. 

Nickel-chrome electric resis- 
tance wire Lb. 

Quicksilver or mercury Lb. 

Molybdenum ore and concentrate,CJh. 

Molybdenum are and concentrate Lb. 

Vanadium ore and concentrates. . .Lb. 
Magnesium metal in primary form. . Lb. 
Tungsten metal, (stellite), wire, 

shapes, and alloys Lb. 

Ores and concentrates, n. e.s. 

Antimony Lb. 

Beryllium. Lb, 

Bismuth matte, slimes, resi- 
dues, and base bullion Lb. 

Cadmium dross, flue dust, 

residues, and scrap Lb. 

Cerite or cerium ore Lb. 

Chromium vchromlte) Lb. 

Cobalt Lb. 

Columbium (niobium) Lb. 

Lead (ore, matte and base 

bullion) Lb. 

Msnc&nese ores ana concen- 
trates, containing 35 %or more 

manganese Lb. 

(quantity only) 

Tantalum. Lb. 

Thorium Lb. 

Titanium Lb. 

Tungsten Lb. 

Uranium Gram 

Zirconium Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Metals and alloys in primary 
forms, n. e. s. : 

Antimony Lb. 

Beryllium metals, alloys, and 

scrap Lb. 

Bismuth metals and alloys. .. .lb. 

Cadmium metal s lb. 

Cadmium alloys Lb. 

Cerium metals and alloys Lb. 

Chromium metal (anodes, 
chromium bearing alloys, and 

scrap lb. 

Cobalt metal alloys, and cobalt 

bearing scrap metal Lb. 

Columbium metal and alloys. ..Lb. 
Copper alloys, other than brass, 

bronze, nkVla,or gold lb. 

a ajaauMiwi metal and alloys. .. .Lb. 
Molybdenum metal, alloys, and 
scrap Lb. 



Wet 

quantity 



2,552 

9,495 



Value 
(dollars) 



500 

4,925 



U.86S 



2,555,642 
94,255 



897,816 



29,827 
528.641 



2,970 



26,463 

4,174 
64,781 



52,787 
4S9.040 

tS9,203 

16,399 

S, 554,191 

9,794,019 



41,907,299 

169,775 



15,412 

18,745 



215,857 
8,516 



40,220 



S2.895 

"S.170 



533,742 
1,000 



8,696 
346,410 



33 

549,250 



1,024,710 



83,434 



5,455 

61,868 



4.S68 

945 

15,389 

589 



35,744 
181, 876 

420,871 

55,744 

3,485,502 



9,776,010 
2,585,426 



2,580 

15,837 



8.978 



6,632 



5,220 



8,571 
58,256 



S01.18S 

700 

5,080 
520,610 



16 
78,005 



Shipping 
■eight 

k pound • ) 



2,612 

9,628 



157,140 



2,555,742 

«,6SS 



2,195 



53,428 

5SS.7S7 



a,OH 

4. SCO. 

72.16S 
7*9 



S«,076 
460,884 

510,514 

21,599 

1C. 955,019 



42, 22C, 880 

197,287 



19,S54 

19,697 



3,184 



184,137 



42,174 

55,269 

80,317 

S70.547 

1.070 



9,052 
564,659 



52 

351,994 



l.0Se,0T« 



14 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF D0IE3TIC ICRCHANDISE UNDER THE LEMD-IEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Coessodlty 
cod* Wo. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantity 



Value 
(dollar*) 



Shipping 

■•Ight 
(pounds) 



Cowmodlty 

code No. 

(Scho- 

dul« B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantity 



Talus 

(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



61$2S5 

Bisase 



615500 

815445 

61 5496 
615515 
61S518 

6155*0 

615605 

615696 

61S710 



615850 

615900 
616000 
616100 
616200 

616500 
616400 

616500 



616745 
616796 



616996 
617000 



617200 
617500 



617891 
617895 
617896 
617898 
617900 
618000 

618100 

618200 

618500 
616450 
618490 
618500 
618600 
618800 
618900 
619000 
619100 

619200 



GROUP 6.— METALS AND MANU- 
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY 
AND VEHICLES — Contlnusd 

IRON AND STEEL ADVANCED 
MANUFACTURES— Continued 

Mica peep-hole covers ... 

Other dosMstlc cooking or heat- 
ing equlpasnt 

Tools : 

Axes (broad and hand)- ... .Dos. 
Hack-saw blades — 

For power machines Gross 

Other .Gross 

Circular diamond saws No. 

Circular saws, except 

diaaord No. 

Steel band, pit, drag and 

will saws (woodworking). . .No. 
Dlaaond saws, except 

circular No. 

Crosscut, hand, back, and 

other saws and parts, n-e-s.. 
Augers, bits, gimlets, gimlet 
bits, and counter sinksjwood- 

worklng Dob. 

Files and rasps- 
Less than 7 inches In 

length Dos. 

7 inches or more in 

length Dos. 

Hay and manure forks Dos. 

Hammers and hatchets Dos- 

Hand hoes, rakes, and forksDos. 
Shovels, spades, scoops, 

and drainage tools Dos- 

Vises No. 

Automotive wrenches and parts. 
Other wrenches and parxs 

(except automotive) 

Drills, reamers, counter sinks, 
and parts, metal-cutting — 
For use in power-driven tools 

(except parts) No. 

Other 

Hand-operated screw plates, 
bolt dies, taps, tap wrenches, 
and parts- 
Taps, bolt dies, and screw 
plates for metal -working 

machines No. 

Other 

Hand-operated pipe stocks and 
dies, die stocks, dies, 
bushings, and parts — 
Pipe stocks and dies, and 
dies for metal-working 

machines No- 

Other 

Hana-operated pipe cutters and 
other metal -cutting tools, 

and parts, n-e-s 

Slip Joint pliers Dos. 

Other pliers, pincers, nippers, 

and splicing clamps Dos. 

Hand and machine drill and 
reamer operating devices, 
drill presses, bit braces, 

and parts 

Planes, chisels, gouges, and 

other cutting tools and parts 
Other hand tools and parts, 
n- e. s — 
Gauges: snap, thread, plug 
ring, profiling and other 
gauges for use in measur- 
ing and inspecting pre- 
cision parts No. 

Tools incorporating indus- 
trial diamonds , No. 

Mechanics' hand tools, n-cs. 

and parts 

Tool grinders, emery wheel 

dressers Lb. 

Other hand tools and parts. 
Hardware: 

Padlocks of iron, steel, brass 
and bronze Dot- 
Door locks and lock sets of 
iron, steel, brass, and 

bronze Dos. 

Cabinet and other locks of Iron 
steel, brass, and bronseDos- 
Hinges and outts. Iron or 

steel Doz.pr- 

Other builders ■ hardware 

Furniture casters 

Other furniture hardware 

Saddlery and harness haidware 

Car and marine hardware 

Other hardware 

Sewing-machine needles M. 

Other needles M. 

Sprocket and other power trans - 

mission chains Lb. 

Other chains Lb. 



14,645 

14,546 
24,555 

5,808 

52,246 
54,056 



14,570 



596,015 

258,757 

540 

47,629 

19,684 

60,756 
46.247 



9,875,715 



1,355,544 



164 
60,784 



171,464 
544 



55,056 



37,358 

569 

72 

10,922 



422 

13,544 



127,140 
14,677,138 I 



106,842 



228,944 

280, 555 
259,547 
15,019 


990,036 

201,777 

187,486 

2,769 


806,182 


190,264 


147,044 


171,767 


1,565,128 


1,367,504 


84,561 


99,505 


1,219,591 


2,584,876 


685,215 
24,547 

571,720 
127,041 


1,785,400 

19,792 

1,582,526 

1,050,222 


825,196 
486,654 
52,801 


4,269,756 

2,080,574 

55,259 


5,085,079 


4,769,145 


4,694,201 
2,912,718 


2,224,790 
1,514,764 


1,028,151 
528,988 


506,367 
162,679 


207,245 
555,745 


233,129 
260,044 


278,726 
1,008 


524,801 
2,268 


644,140 


550,715 


256.010 


317,156 


260,149 


625,007 


2,059,254 


257,155 


4,985 


800 


7,537,794 


9,402,789 


22,554 
7,248,569 


40,862 
11,358,391 


56,859 


149,529 


2,445 


7,211 


7,890 


5,909 


22,044 
55,118 


117,745 
118.699 






25,502 

291,444 

146,041 

9,938 

221,562 


64,096 

2,561,466 

514,942 

506 

12,947 


46,074 
2,128,061 


144,865 
14,940,702 



619510 
619590 
619700 

619800 
620000 



620501 
620S03 



820 90S 
620907 



620915 
820933 
620998 



621503 
621305 
622050 

622080 
622085 
622087 
622088 
622090 
622092 
822094 
622095 

622096 
622098 



629000 

629500 

630000 

650100 
630301 
650505 
850400 
650500 

650700 

650850 



630998 
640100 



641300 
642200 
642300 
642400 
642500 

645000 
643100 
643500 



OBOUP 6. —METALS ANT> MANU- 
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY 
AND VEHICLES— Continued 

IRON ANT) STEEL ADVANCED 
MANUFACTURES— Continued 

Automatic scales: 

Bathroom No 

Other No, 

Precision scales, laboratory 

balances and weights No. 

Other scales and balances No 

Wood screws (of iron or 

steel only) Cross 

Metal drums and containers fbroil, 
gas, other liquids and solids: 
Filled— 

Shipment? covered by 
"Individual" export control 

licenses Lb. 

Other shipments where the 
value of the container 
represents 20 or more of 
the total value of the 
container plus contents. . . . 
Unfilled— 

Shipments covered by 
"individual" export control 

licenses Lb. 

Other shipments 

Other iron and steel manufactures: 
Pence posts of iron or steelLb. 
Tool bit blanks of iron or 

steel Lb. 

Unfabrlcated tie stockwhether 
or not sheared to length. . Lb. 

Lined steel tanks Lb. 

Carbonyl iron powaer Lb. 

Other iron and steel manu- 
factures 

FERRO-ALLOTS 

Ferromanganese Lb. 

Splegeleisen Lb. 

Ferrochrome Lb. 

Other ferro-alloys: 

Ferrocolumbium Lb. 

Ferromolybdenmu. Lb. 

Ferrovanadium Lb. 

Ferrozlrconium Lb. 

Perrophosphorous Lb. 

Perrosilicon Lb. 

Perrotantalum Lb. 

Ferrotitanium and ferrocarbon- 
tltanlum Lb. 

Ferrotongstan Lb. 

Other ferro-alloys Lb. 

NONFERROUS ORES, METALS AHD 
ALLOTS, EXCEPT PRECIOUS 

Aluminum, aluminum alloys, in- 
cluding duralumin: 

Bauxite and other aluminum 
ores Ton 

Bauxite concentrated, in- 
cluding alumina Ton 

Aluminum and alloys in ingots, 
slabs , or other crude formsLb, 

Aluminum scrap Lb. 

Sheets, plates and strips... Lb. 

Rods and bars Lb. 

Aluminum foil Lb. 

Tubes , moldings . castings , 
and other shapes Lb. 

Table, kitchen, and hospital 
utensils Lb 

Aluminum (aluminum-bronze) 
powders and pastes (aluminum 
content) Lb, 

Valves or valve bodies, sise 
4" or larger, used to control 
flow of liquids, vapors, or 
gases in piping, including 
gate , globe , angle , and cheek 
valves No, 

Other aluminum manufactures. . . 
Copper: 

Ore, concentrates, matte, un- 
refined copper as blister, 
converter copper, or anodes 
(copper content) Lb. 

Refined copper in cathodes, 
billets, ingots, bars, or 
other forms Lb. 

Old and scrap coppar Lb. 

Pipes and tubes Lb. 

Plates and sheets Lb. 

Rods Lb. 

"ire (ban) Lb. 

Insulated copper wire and cable 

Rubber-covered wire Lb. 

Weatherproof wire ...... Lb. 

Other insulated copper 
wire Lb. 



560 
7,278 

1,995,377 



5,919 



75,000 

2,425,510 
11,029 



1,246,219 
127,800 



69,366 
369,000 
727.820 



11,305 

24,648 
213,560 

357,070 



549,329 



15,125 
463,141 



99,612 
71,635 



4,058,500 
1,079,541 



2,535,976 



25,100 

2,324,828 

98,126 



218 

258,771,163 

685 

92,415,498 

15,799,175 

5,095,809 

9,495.258 

5,236 



24,682,525 



66,405,147 



12,609,993 

11,669,575 

621,900 

14,927,897 

12,077,969 
5,854,782 

250,065,871 



592,444 

159,650 



5,711,040 



6,258 

5,930 

129.758 



2,442,158 
2,042,856 



151,657 



5,867 

3,615,438 

140,944 



16,719 

37,724,484 
95 

30,014,443 
3,402,747 
1,324,981 

7,213,609 

2,561 



429,869 



6,953,074 



5,592,182 

2,501,333 

121,796 

2,932,477 

4,434,753 

1,658,710 



47,443 



17,802 
818,948 



1,622,747 



75,000 

1,160,217 



2,425,510 
11,900 



1,579,798 
157,185 



SS, 715,178 



73,365 
569,000 
860,987 



4,325,879 
1,155,562 



2,560,154 



27,088 

2,571,220 

100,172 



491,774 

259,486,914 

758 

110,556,967 

14,294,450 

5,758.251 

13,854,202 

5,991 

26,759,749 



1,158,727 



66,647,802 



15,2SS,266 

13,875,598 

677,001 

16,027,185 

13,472,689 
4,870,940 

286,641,969 



15 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOIgSTIC EERCKANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity- 



Net 

quantity 



(dollars) 



Shipping 
•eight 
(pounds) 



. : — X . *.y 
cxie V<o 

dule B) 



Co-^odity des ription and unit 
of quantity 



Set 



..... 



-- .- J : 



664950 

664960 
66496 S 
664970 
564965 
664990 

664895 

664998 
665000 



669101 
669105 



669107 
669108 
669198 



692000 

692205 
692209 

692905 
682998 

695500 

695600 

695800 

695 900 
699700 



700005 
700096 



700105 
700198 



700898 
70080C 
700905 



701010 
701020 
701105 



70UW 

701200 

701S00 

701400 
701 SOO 
701600 
701700 

701800 



GROUP 6.— METALS All MANU- 
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY 
AND VEHICLES— Continued 

NONFERROUS ORES, METALS AND 
ALLOYS, EXCEPT PRECIOUS— Continued 

Metals and alloys in primary 

forma, n.e. 3 Continued 

Radium metal (radium 

content) Hg. 

Tantalum metal and alloys Lb. 

Thorium metals and alloys Lb. 

Titanium metal and alloys Lb. 

Uranium metal Cram 

Vanadium metal alloys and 

scrap Lb. 

Zirconium metals and alloys... Lb 

Other Lb 

Plated ware, other than gold or 

silver, except cutlery 

Type Lb 

Other metal and metal composition 
manufactures, n. e.s. : 

Magnesium powder Lb. 

Magnesium metal in other forms, 
n e.s., and magnesium 

ribbons Lb 

Molybdenum tool bit blanks. . . -Lb, 

Molybaenum wire Lb, 

Other metal and metal composi- 
tion manufactures, n.e.s 

PRECIOUS METALS AND PLATED WARE, 

EXCEPT JEWELRY AND ARTICLES TO 

BE WORN OR CARRIED ABOUT THE 

PERSON AND GOLD AND SILVER 

IN ORE, BULLION, AND COTK 

Platinum and allied metals : 
Platinum ore and 

concentrates Oz. Troy 

Ingots, sheets, wire, alloys, 
and scrap: 
Platinum bars, ingots, sheets 
wire, sponge and other forms 

including scrap Oz. Troy 

Palladium, rhodium, iridium, 
osmindium ruthenium and 
osmium ar.d alloys, including 

scrap Oz. Troy 

Manufactures, except jewelry — 
Platinum manufactures 

(except Jewelry) Oz. Troy 

Platinum allied metal manu- 
factures, except 

Jewelry Oz. Troy 

Sterling and other solid silver- 
ware: 
Knives, forks, and steak 

sets 

Other 

Silver plated ware: 

Knives, forks, and steak 

sets 

Other 

Gold manufactures, n e. s 



253,127 
775,515 



7,520 

5,185,996 

2,891,848 
225,957 



GROUP 7.— MACHINERY AND 
VEHICLES 



ELFCTXIAL MACHINERY AND APPARATUS 

Generators: 

Direct curront— 

5/4 kilowatt, and over.. 

Other No. 

Alternating current— 

5/4 kilowatt, and over. . . •. .No. 

Other No. 

Steam turbine generator sets— 
5/4 and less than SOO 

kilowatts No. 

Under 3/4 kilowatt So. 

500 kilowatts and larger No. 

Armatures for generators 

(containing mica) Me. 

Accessories and parts for 

generators, n. s 

Welding sets: 

Motor-generator type ... 

. . No. 
Electrical generating sets 
powered by Diesel engines, 

assembled or unassembled No. 

Self-contained lighting outfits, 
n. e. s 

Wind-driven generators No. 

Batteries: 
6 and 12 volt storage 

batteries 

Other storage batteries Cell 

dry-cell batteries No. 

Flashlight batteries Cell 

Batteries, dry, multiple cell, 

except, flashlight Cell 

drj and «t*t cell 
primary batteries 



71.771 



100,040 
154,784 



112 

2,007 



2,283,750 
743,553 



735,745 
1,464,115 



1,006 



9,067 
4.S81 



6.661 
935 



2,119 
169 



4,328 
13,214 



288,918 
491,940 

J41.00S 

2,371,199 
5,392,445 



1,016 
300 



2,777 
3,384 



6,699 
27,670 



250,967 
851,635 



40 
7,700 



3,789,769 

3,028,204 

264,112 

1,292,484 



6 ,051,WJ30 



5,303,542 
68S.S14 



4,767,357 
242.619 



1.069,934 

46,944,550 

10,773 

8,271,418 



2,828,799 
1S4.722 



32,414,526 
2,470,287 



3.1S3.786 
2,841,942 

16,396 

109.762 

4,409,031 



2,440 
1,779 



6,725 

21,661 






7,918,712 
1,076,506 



8,846,464 

370,782 



1,593,324 

12,000 
16,639,120 

3S-\4-2 

59,758,049 

2,808,193 



225,494 
84,408 

12,361,511 



70210C 

702200 

702300 
702400 
702600 



702718 
702720 
70280C 



703000 
703105 
703198 

703200 

703300 



703405 
703498 
703500 



703698 
703700 



703898 
703900 



704000 
704100 



704200 
704300 
704400 
704500 

704705 



704798 
704805 
704898 

704905 



705505 
705598 

705605 

Tosase 

705700 
-0S900 
7OS9O0 



708 -:\ 

70610C 



GSCOP 7.— MACHriSRY A" 
'~-::?lZS— Continued " 

ELECTRICAL MACHIV-:RT AND 
APPARATUS— Continued 

Capacitors 1 '2 kilovolt ampere 

and larger No 

Transforming or converting 
apparatus: 
Power transformers, over 500 

kilovolt amperes No. 

Distribution transformers, SOO 
kilovolt amperes and less.. No. 

Instrument transformers No. 

Other transformers No. 

Mercury power rectifiers. . . .No. 
Rotating converters — 
3/4 and less than SOO 

kilowatt No. 

Under 3/4 kilowatt N . 

300 kilowatts and larger. .No. 
Complete battery chargers, 

nenrotating So. 

Transmission and distribution 
apparatus: 
Feeder voltage regulators. . .No. 
Rheostats (containing mica). No. 
Switchboard panels and parts, 

except telephone 

Oil circuit breakers and 

switches .Wo. 

Power switches, circuit 
breakers over 10 amperes, and 

parts 

Fuse plugs (containing micaJNo. 

Other fuses No. 

Watt-hour and other measuring 

meters No. 

Electric indicating instnmmnts- 
Testing machines: Tension, 
ductilit;-, compression, 
hardness, torsion and 

flawtesting No. 

Other No. 

Electrical recording 

Instruments No. 

Electrical testing apparatus 
and parts, n.e.s. — 
Testing machines: Tension, 
ductility, compression, 
hardness, torsion and 

flawtesting No. 

Other 

Lightning arresters, choke 
coils, reactors, and parts.... 
Motors, starters, and controllers 
Motors, l'S horsepower and 

under No. 

Motors, over l/S and under 1 

horsepower No. 

Stationary motors — 

1 to 200 horsepower No. 

Over 200 horsepower No 

Railway motors No 

Electric locomotives, rail- 
way, mining, and industrlalNo. 
Station, warehouse, and factory 
trucks, powered by electric 
storage battery, whether or 
not containing conveying, 
lifting, stacking or similar 

accessory devices No. 

Electric industrial trucxs 

and tractors, n.e.s No. 

Rheostats for industrial 
motors (containing *iz\ ...V'?. 
Other starting and controlling 
equipment for industrial 

motors and parts 

Rheostats for electric railway 
and vehicle motors (contain- 
ing mica) No. 

Other starting and controlling 
equipment for electric raflmy 
and vehicle motors, and parts 
Armatures for motors 

Bm) 

Accessories and par:- 
mot ors , n e s 
Portable electric tools: 
Tower-driven Tor met a 

machinery No. 

Other No. 

Electric refrigerators and parts 

Household 

Commercial up to 1 ton No. 

Farts for electric 

refrigerators 

Electrical aprliances: 

Flashlight cases 

r lectric fans 

Electric incandescent lamps — . 
Small rila—nt lamps, 
ein.at)ir£ and candelabra 



base. . 



....No. 



259 

620 

188 

23,745 

216 



11,8S8 
2,926 

4C2 



1,965 



23,211 

399,850 



5,296 



4,106 
29,386 



2,353 



1,226 

1,921 



14,953 
423 



17, SOS 

12,012 



345,040 

6,253 



55,823,1 K 



--:,=t: 



;,c» ,543 

:=:,:;:- 

9,081 

624,405 

52,648 



5,346,695 

sea.see 

3,562.72* 



5,7*8 
3,909 



4,254,957 

561,148 



859,757 

6,779 

1,490,SSS 

170, S4S 



64.76S 
767.21C 



>;.?4: 



44,350 

6,383,694 

425,631 

23,978 

43,050 

4,782,114 



986.5)8 



3,788,789 

1,955.388 
25,286 

1,785,538 
S8.S64 



B.B9B,9BS 

379,80-' 
3,547.779 



8,003 

2,381 



5,188,889 

1,332,971 



l.S7B,T3i 

5,138 
419,096 



E&.9TC 



57,161 



36,308 
1,764,475 



45,179 



U.Z8S.0H 

S.067,446 



1,110.799 



2,452,-46 


4,335,533 


342,814 


1,505,251 


293 


1,064 


1,978,248 




35,956 


30,512 


19.780 


47,519 


531,690 


615,407 


939,270 
506,739 


636.352 
450,008 


51,111 
45,148 


110,063 

125,231 


146.424 




166,380 

8^,898 





1,950,054 I 



388,80! 



te 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



MMBdltw 

(Sche- 
dule B) 



Toesoi 

706555 



709700 

706810 

706850 

706910 
7069S0 
707000 



707105 
707198 
707200 



707J98 

707410 

707420 

707490 

707510 
707SS0 



707605 
707698 



707705 
707798 



707805 
707898 



707998 
708000 



708198 
708200 



706900 

708700 



709200 

709SOO 

709415 
709418 
709490 



709601 
709698 
709700 



709915 
709918 



Coaaodity description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 7. — MACHINEST AND 
VEHICLB-Continuod 

ELECTRICAL lUCHHRX AM) 

aPP ARATUS— Cont 1 nued 

Electrical appliances— Continued 

Electric incandescent lamps — 

Continued 

Large filament lamps, 

medium screw, mogul bi- 

post bayonet, and other 

large base lamps No 

Fluorescent tjbe lamps-... No. 
Other vapor and non-filament 

lamps, n-e.s No. 

Searchlights and airport 

beacons No. 

Floodlights No. 

Electri- household washijig 

machine No. 

Electric household washing 

machine parts 

Electric domestic vacuum 

cleaners No. 

Electric domestic vacuum 

cleaner parts 

Oth^r domestic motor-driven 

devices, except tools No. 

Electric flatirons— 

Containing mica No- 
Other N . 

Electric cooking ranges, 

domestic No. 

Electric curling irons, coffee 
percolators, toasters, and 
waffle irons (containing 

mica) No. 

Other domestic heating or 
cooking devices, utensils, 

and parts 

Electric melting furnaces 

and parts 

Heat treating furnaces and 

parts 

Other industrial heating 

devices and parts 

X-ray tubes No 

Other X-ray apparatus and 

parts 

Other therapeutic apparatus 

and parts 

Signal and communication devices: 
Radio apparatus — 

Transmitting sets, tubes, 
and parts — 

Containing mica 

Other 

Receiving sets — 

Radio receiving sets 

containing mica ■ • B6« 

Other No. 

Radio receiving tubes — 

Containing mica No. 

Other No. 

Receiving-set components — 
Radio mica condensers, 
or capacitors, all 

kinds No. 

Wica dial or .Tica covered 

comnasses No. 

Other 

Loud speakers No. 

Other receiving-set 
accessories — 
Radio direction finders 
containing mica and mica 

trimmers No. 

Other 

Telegraph apparatus and parts. . 
Telephone apparatus — 

Telephone instruments No. 

Other telephone equipment 

and parts 

Bells, buzzers, annunciators, 

and alarms 

Other electrical apparatus: 
Starting, lighting, and 

ignition equipment 

Insulating material....' Lb. 

Rigid metal conduit — 

Of iron or steel Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Other metal conduit, outlet 

and switch boxes 

Sockets, outlets, fuse blocks, 
lighting switches and parts. . . 
Electric interior lighting 
fixtures and parts — 

Fluorescent 

All types except fluorescent. 
Electric exterior lighting 

fixtures and parts 

Other wiring supplies and line 

material 

Electric razors — 

Containing mica No. 

Other No. 



Net 

quantity 



2.01S.9S4 
J90 



S9.587 



573 
1,109 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shipping 
wiffht 
(pounds) 



6,227 
50,506 



2,529,589 

4,783,405 



175,659 



1,078,286 

707,251 
2,814 



688,722 
1,470 



929,934 
m,3o9 

1,877 

1,218 

2,673 



20,820 

7,580,158 

7,746,677 

698,266 
833,720 

3,152,615 

917,523 



25,648,678 
47,914,463 



1,822,362 
12,147,625 



2,105,974 
3,940,456 



10,516,701 
8,962 



2,200 
2,189,710 
4,976,752 

6,059,963 

14,324,529 

58,966 



244,333 

423,865 



68,906 
793 



242,355 
305,150 



36,090 
180,613 



269,304 
664,427 



895,090 
558 



845,717 
147,953 

4,107 

3,568 

5,537 



16,984 

17,600,497 

19,426,630 

2,450,068 
145,270 

2,447,508 

1,042,481 



15,293,956 
19,547,172 



•'26,602 
4,329,756 



525,446 
1,275,061 



81,633 



4,809,648 
12,087 



728 

1,607,727 
2,762,544 

3,055,297 

9,683,297 

41,550 



365,305 
1,252,515 



754,618 
3,114 



901,672 
453,246 



168,943 
327,420 



504,129 
2,286,397 



'cm .l ; 1y 
dule B) 



709991 
709992 
709993 



709995 
709996 



711500 
711400 
711500 



712900 
715200 

713300 

713500 

713905 

713998 



714000 
714100 



714300 
714400 



714S00 

714600 

714700 

714800 
71S900 
716300 

720100 

720200 
720505 
720598 
721500 
722000 
722200 
722300 
722400 
722600 
722700 



722800 
723105 



723198 

725400 
725500 
724100 
724200 
724600 
724900 

729100 



Corrwiortlty description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 7_ MACHINERY AND 
VKHICL'S— Cont inued 

F1KTR1CAL UACH INERT AND 
APPARATUS— Continued 

Other electrical apparatus — Cont 

Commutators, commutator and 
caps, segment insulators, V 
rings and cones (containing 
mica) , and mica armature 
insulation under bands 

Battery mix (manganese dioxide) 
and part of batteries Lb. 

Neon tube electrode sections 
(containing mica) 

Measuring machines for use In 
measuring or inspecting 
precision parts for use in 
the metal-working industries 
by electrical means No. 

Parts of electric power- 
driven portable tools for 
metal-working machiner:' 

Parts of electric weldinp sets. 

Electric hair-waving machines 
(all kinds) containing micaNo. 

Other electric apparatus and 
parts, n. e. s 



INDUSTRIAL KACHINEKY 



cept 



Power-generating machinery, 
electric and automotive: 
Steam engines, boilers, and 
accessories — 
Stationary, except 

turbines No. 

Mechanical -drive turbines. No 

Locomotives No. 

Locomotive parts and 

accessories 

Frames, cradles, bolsters or 
beds of iron or steel for 
locomotive and other 

railway rolling stock 

Other engines and parts 

Steam boilers, fire 

tube Sq . ft 

Steam boilers, water 

tube Sq. ft 

Condensers, heaters, 

accessories and parts 

Boiler gauge glass tubes 

(containing mica) No. 

Steam specialties and parts. 
Internal-combustion engines — 
Locomotives — 

Gasoline No 

Diesel and Diesel- 
electric No. 

Other- 
Gasoline, kerosene, etc. — 
Not over 10 horsepower.No. 
Over 10 horsepower. . 
Diesel and semi-Diesel- 
Marine — 

Not over 200 horse- 
power No 

Over 200 horsepower. . No 
Stationary and portable — 
Not over 200 horse- 
power No. 

Over 200 horsepower. .No. 
Engine accessories and parts. 
Water wheels, water turbines, 

and parts ■ 

Construction and conveying 
machinery: 
Excavators, including power 

shovels '■' " 

Excavator parts and accessories. 

Dredging machinery 

Parts of dredging machinery. . . . 

Concrete mixers No. 

Road rollers No. 

Self-propelled graders No. 

Pull or push type graders. . .No. 

Other graders No. 

Scrapers, self-loading No. 

Bulldozers, angle dozers, 
trail builders, brush cutters 
and simil-T equipment.. . .No 
Other road machinery and parts. 
Parts for replacement or 
repair of construction equip- 
not specifically 

described • 

Other construction equipment 

and oarts 

Crsne *ith swinging booms. ..No. 

Other cranes No. 

Hoists "o. 

Derricks, except mining No. 

Elevators and parts 

Conv/ors, bucket, chain, or 

belt No. 

Other conveying equipment and parts. 



Net 
quantity 



"V ,82! 



57 

37 

1,408 



111,285 
276,326 



6,236 
1,338 



Value 
(dollars) 



2,255 

37,207 
1,547 

85,284 



615,297 
94,424 



7,484,272 



74,950 
142,256 
113,068,181 

3,414,112 



439,048 
133,549 

343,770 

590, 5S5 

4,309,735 

2 
3,252,920 

20,803 
4,235,525 



823,016 
758,644 



2,746 7,733,517 
1,257 18,613,067 



2,614 
544 



1,129 



560 
1,527 
842 
205 
187 
625 



867 
1,516 
4,139 



Shipping 
might 

(pounds) 



4,255,048 
3,996,747 
34,153,956 



16,675,305 

1,903,768 

353,255 

297,163 

1,328,267 

5,051,835 

4,702,545 

457,276 

855,465 

2,066,638 



1,275,588 

13,191,982 



59,672 

435,175 

12,640,378 

20,561,066 

2,388,826 

266,133 

110,807 

691,562 
5,709,714 



1,084 

855,020 

3,148 



583,243 
185,103 



8,109,887 



414,966 

191,290 

346,702,900 

27,879,337 



3,438,528 
255,720 

2,202,810 

1,971,335 

17,630,767 

14,682,195 

48,805 
9,473,838 



2,217,231 

1,929,878 



10,628,514 
15,271,346 



8,268,662 

21,071,578 
25,347,866 



80,391,205 
6,696,975 
1,801,309 
1,198,255 
5,279,665 

26,598,495 

24,750,115 
3,384,415 
4,299,939 

KH 223. 016 



5.589,746 
3' ,842,005 



162,604 

1,632,914 
49,627,659 
79,315,756 
5,671,704 
952,791 
280,173 

3,625,905 
17,835,218 



17 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR VEAR 1944— Continued 



COBKXUtj 

code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Ret 
quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



Cocrjodity 
code No. 
'Sche- 
dule B) 



Gorrrodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Set 

quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 
pooodri 



730500 
7S1000 
751SO0 
73 2105 

752198 

7SS100 

7S59O0 

754200 

754801 

75490S 

754909 
7S4998 



755S98 
755605 



755698 
75570S 



7S5798 
7SS80S 



756198 
758500 
756600 



736915' 



74000S 
740009 



74020S 
740209 



740505 
740507 



GROUP 7.— MACHINERT AND 
VEHICLES — Continued 

INDUSTRIAL MACHINERI— Continued 

Wining, well, and pumping 
machinery: 
Mining and quarrying machinery — 

Coal cutters No. 

Rock drills No. 

Uine hoists and derricks. .. .No. 
Grinding mills, classifiers, 

and equipment therefor 

Ore and rock crushing and 
sorting machinery and parts. . . 
ConcenLrating and smelting 

machinery and parts 

Other mining and quarrying 

machinery and parte 

Well and refining machinery — 
Petroleum and gas well-drill- 
ing apparatus and parts 

Other petroleum well and re- 
fining machinery and parts — 
Equipment for the production 
of aviation motor fuel 

and aviation fuel oil 

Petroleum and gas well 
equipment and parts 

(except drilling) 

Petroleum refining mach- 
inery, equipment and parts. . 
Other petroleum well and 
refining machinery and 

parts 

Other well-drilling apparatus 

and parts 

Pumping equipment — 
Centrifugal pumpe — 
Hydraulic, capable of 
delivering pressure of 100 
pounds per square inch or 

oyer No. 

Other ' No. 

Rotary pumps — 

Hydraulic, capable of 
delivering pressure of 100 
pounds per square inch or 

over No. 

Other No. 

Deep well turbine pumps — 
Hydraulic, capable of 
delivering pressure of 
100 pounds per square 

inc h or over No. 

Other No. 

Reciprocating steam pumps — 
Hydraulic, capable of 
delivering pressure of 
100 pounds per square 

inch or over No. 

Other No. 

Other reciprocating power 
pumps- 
Hydraulic, capable of 
delivering pressure of 100 
pounds per square inch or 

over No. 

Other No. 

Hand and windmill pumps No. 

Self-contained household 

water system No. 

Pumps and parts, n.e.s.— 
Hydraulic pumps, n.e.s., 
capable of delivering 
pressure of 100 pounds per 

square inch or over No. 

Controls for hydraulic 
pumps, gear piston and 
vane types eapaole of 
delivering pressure of 
100 pounds per square 

inch or over 

Parts for replacement or 
repair of hydraulic pumps, 
not specifically described. 

Other pumps and parts 

Power-driven metal working 
machine tools (nonportable) and 
parts: 
Engines lathes — 
Engine including tool room 

lathes No. 

Bench type and light duty 
(less than one horsepower) 

lathes No. 

Turret lathes — 

Vertical turret lathes No. 

Ram and saddle type turret 

lathes No. 

Automatic chucking and between 

center lathes No. 

Polishing, buffing, and 
burnishing lathes (speed 
lathes), cantering, spinning 
and cutting-off lathes No. 



105 

5,458 

92 



1,479 
1,780 



182 

210 



183 
229 



194 

554 

5,156 



1,221 



354,726 
1,656,820 
1,167,759 

694,757 
4,988,595 

817,064 
5,605,185 

2,997,677 



155,196 
5,950,142 

158,545 
146,786 



1,985,596 
1,600,659 



112,442 
147,144 



152,940 
571,969 



454,544 

709,212 



366,729 
695,673 
141,955 



1,405 



981 
468 
855 
433 



16,304 



239,136 
7,456,565 



16,093,392 

835,001 
4,557,467 
5,745,403 
5,550,324 



626,553 
1,638,042 
3,524,064 

3,293,048 
20,514,051 

4,451,125 
15,908,137 

5,975,396 



211,716 
18,703,251 

515,994 
518,756 



4,945,061 
4,124,216 



127,609 
395,251 



744,996 
1,624,635 



1,105,504 
2,225,000 



1,547,708 

1,547,848 

249,981 



371,542 
18,103,153 



27,547,967 

817,492 
7,377,520 
7,082,504 
7,784,627 



740407 
740409 

740605 
740609 



740800 
741100 
742000 



742100 
742300 
742600 
742700 
743500 
744000 

744100 
744205 



744303 
744305 

744306 
744308 
744309 
744313 

744315 
744317 



744571 
744382 



744383 
744398 



189 1,011,583 1,594,340 



744700 
744800 

745000 
745100 

74S20S 

745298 

745501 



745505 
745509 



745700 
745805 



GROUP 7. —MACHINERI AND 
VEHICLES — Continued 
INDUSTRIAL MACHINEP.T— Continued 

Power-driven metal working 
machine tools (nonportable) and 
parts — Continued 
Artillery, ammunition and 
boring lathes, snd other 

lathes, n.e.s No. 

Vertical boring and 

turning mills No. 

Precision boring machines, 
jig boring and grinding and 

boring machines, n-e.s No. 

Tapping and threading 
machines No- 
Automatic screw machines, 
single and multi-spindle 

(oar) types No. 

Knee and column type milling 

machines No. 

Other mill 1 ng machines No. 

Gear cutting machines No. 

Drilling machines, sensitive, 
upright and gang except 

bench type No. 

Radial drilling machines No. 

Other drilling machines No. 

Planers No. 

Shapers No. 

Surface grinding machines. .. .No. 
External cylindrical grinding 
machines, except universal. . ^o. 
Internal grinding machines. . .No. 
Tool and cutter grinding 
machines, including universal 
tool and cutter grinders. .. .No. 
External cylindrical universal 

grinding machines No- 
Gear tooth-grinding machines. No. 
Honing and lapping machines, 

except gear No. 

Thread grinding machines No. 

Other metal grinding machlnesNo. 
Metal-grinding machine parts.... 
Horizontal boring, drilling 

and milling machines. . No. 

Broaching machine, all types. No. 
Gear honing and lapping 
machines, and gear finishing 

machines, n.e s No. 

Power-driven metal -working 

machines tools, n e s No, 

Parts, accessories, and 
equipment for power-driven 
machine tools, n e.s — 
Chucks for machine tools.. No. 
Milling cutters, machine- 
operated threading dies and 
taps, and similar machine- 
operated metal-cutting 

tools No. 

Fixtures and devices for metal 
cutting tools suitable for 
use in power-driven tools. . . . 

Other 

Power-driven metal -working 
machinery: 

Sheet and plate metal -working 
machines and parts — 
Stamping, forming, punching, 
shearing, trimming, corrugat- 
ing, seaming, bending, etc., 

machin-t and parts 

Other 

Other power-driven metal- 
working machinery and parts — 
Forging machinery and parts. . . 
Rolling-mill machinery and 

parts 

Molding machines. No. 

Blast cleaning and tumbling 

machines No. 

Iron and steel ingot casting 

molds U>. 

Foundry equipment and parts 

n.e.s 

Balancing machines, for 
balancing metal parts 
statically or dynamically 

or both No. 

Diamond dlea for power-driven 
metal-working machinery. . .No. 

Die casting equipment 

Wire drawing machinery and 

parts 

Parts for replacement or 
repairs of power-driven 
machinery not specifically 

described 

Other power-driven metal- 
working machinery and parts. . 
Other metal -working machinery: 

Pneumatic portable tools Ixv 

Welding torch sets and parts. 



851 
272 

445 

207 

1,224 

285 

1,287 

489 



188 
299 
1,117 
278 
295 
424 

540 
255 



326 
4,479 



70 

5,295 



159,986 



517,073 



9,058,074 

7,618,532 



4,848,744 

673,280 



IS, 388, 604 

2,614,103 

13,351,511 

3,689,662 



292,058 
2,721,215 

1,464,077 
8,544,478 
1,255,588 
3,725,406 

5,331,347 
2,440,111 



3,237,555 

3,416,554 
1,724,880 

562,162 
3,608,542 

4,999,285 
859,425 

10,814,419 
1,005,127 



417,797 
2,538,532 



1,713,824 
6,070,489 



8,421.082 
823,876 



30,771,564 

10,078,687 

538,783 

19,074 

3,850 

2,077,420 

157,577 

1,250 
480,948 

1,962,786 

184,657 
4,766,661 

2,670,670 

S74.139 



20,417,969 
20,729,658 

7,018,450 
879,987 

21,075,703 

3,036,951 
19,711,557 

4,371,884 



455,264 
6,586,994 

2,251,014 
23,620,655 
2,358,032 
7,796,107 

8,202,645 
2,700,714 



4,443,671 

1,916,556 

969.GM 

i.vo.os-r 
6,988,838 

875,511 

19,438,713 
1,963,620 



563,868 



1,627,473 



672, 79S 






23,808,284 
1,116,343 



126. 048, 449 
44,168,220 

i,jc:.ij6 

87,880 
431,954 

-.-".::; 

154,076 

4 
883,258 

3,625,101 

32,995 

6,109,592 

7S6.415 

1,114,665 

f 



18 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OP DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944-Contlnued 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Coe»odity description end unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantity 



ORDUP 7.— JUCHiraSI AND 
VEHICLK— Continued 

INDUSTRIAL MACHDIKW— Continued 
Otfler mot el -working machinery — 
Continued 
745896 Other portable and hand or foot 

operated Betel-working 

machines and parts 

748512 Metal alloy slugs containing 

diamonds No 

Textile, sewing, end shoe 
machinery: 
Textile machinery— 
T8D00I Full-feshioned hosiery 

knitting machines, power- 
driven No. 

7SO100 Circular hosiery knitting 

machines , power-driven- . . No 
Other ciri-uler knitting 

machines No. 

750400 Other knitting machines and 

parts 

750SOO Winders and parts 

Carding and other preparing 
spinning and twisting 
machinery and parts — 

750600 Cotton. 

750700 Wool 

750800 Other, Including sllk- 

throwlng machinery and 

parts 

Looms and parte— 

751500 Cotton ■*>• 

751600 Other Ho - 

7S1700 Parts of looms 

754000 Braiding and insulating 

machines and ™rts 

7S420O Beamlne, warping, and slash- 
ing machinery and parts 

754400 Dyeing and finishing machines 

and parts 

7S4900 Other textile machinery and 

parts 

Sewing machines and parts — 

755100 For domestic use No. 

7552CC For factory or industrial 

use B °* 

Parts for factory or 

industrial use 

755598 Sewing machine parts, n e.B 

757500 Shoe machinery and parts, 

except sewing machines 

Other industrial machinery: 
Cigarette and cigar making and 
other tobacco machinery and 

parts • 

759200 Cream separators valued ISO 

or over No. 

Other dai r y equipment and 

parts for commercial use 

760000 Bakery machinery and parts 

760500 Flour-mill and gristmill 

machinery and parts 

Rice-mill machinery and parts.. 
Sugar-mill machinery— 

761200 Cane mills *>• 

761900 Other sugar-mill machinery 

and parts 

762500 Paper and pulp mill machinery 

and parts 

762800 Paper-converting machinery and 

parts 

Woodworking machinery — 

Sawmill machinery and parts. . 
785600 Planers, matchers, Jointers, 

and molders No 

76S800 Veneer machinery and parts. 

765900 Other woodworking machinery 

and parts 

Blowers and ventilating 

machinery and parts 

764200 Cannery machinery 

764400 Bottling, bottle-washing, and 

bottle-labeling machinery 

and parts 

764500 Brewers' machinery and parts... 

765000 Ice-making equipment and parts. 

Refrigerating equipment and 
parts — 

765200 Not over 1-ton capacity 

765500 Over 1, not over 10 tons 

capacity 

765400 Over 10 tons capacity 

765700 Self-contained air-conditioning 

units and parts 

765800 Air-conditioning equipment and 

parts, n.e.s 

7661C0 Vegetable oil-mill machinery 

and parts 

767100 Cotton gins, cotton presses 

and parts 

769100 Ball bearing and parts, 

except balls 

769200 Roller bearing and parts, 

except rollers 



Value 
(dollars) 



1,592.818 



54,522 

24,278 



Shi pping 
weight 
(pounds) 



872,660 



41,055 
565,517 



55,208 

56,076 

1,055 

200,656 

51,764 
2,065 

92,241 



12,582 
20,987 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



628,471 
1,196,851 



1,709 



195,044 
200,225 



147,602 

41,822 

6,597 

157,925 

12,088 
792 

24,616 



159,252 

105, 119 



49S 

85,977 

254,400 

105,258 

28,851 
149,985 

425,755 

2,622,591 
559,592 



265,015 

281,618 

556,508 
481,969 

58,505 

548,954 

41,447 



2,242 

61,517 

449,406 

587,744 

55,782 
474,260 

754,705 

6,845,591 
887,555 



2,264,868 

1,005,751 

1,221,587 
2,161,664 

65,057 

965,509 

141,550 



10,206,997 
8,565,748 



7,981,151 
9,519,662 



770400 
770SO0 



770600 
771000 



772000 

775700 
775800 
774005 



774100 
774200 
774505 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



775005 
775006 
775007 



775022 
775025 
775098 



775600 
775700 

775900 

776000 

776100 

776205 
776298 



776400 
776600 
776700 

777000 
777ZO0 
777410 
777490 
777500 
777700 

777900 



.No. 



Net 
quantity 



Talus 
(dollars) 



GROUP 7.— KACH INERT AND 
VEHICLES— Continued 
INDUSTRIAL UACHTNBRI— Continued 
Other industrial machinery — Cont. 
Balls and rollers for bearings 
Air compressor* — 
Stationary — 

Capacity not over 25 cubic 

ft " 

Capacity over 25 cubic 

ft 

Portable air compressors. 
Neat and other grinding and 
slicing power-driven 

macnines HO * 

Paint-spraying equipment and 

parts 

Laundry machinery — 

Power-driven machines for 

commercial laundries No. 

Other laundry and dry- 
cleaning equipment and parts 
Testing machines: Tension, 
ductility, compression, hard- 
ness, torsion and flaw- 
testing "»• 

Industrial indicating, record- 
ing, or controlling instruments 

and apparatus, n.e. s 

Gas meters and parts 

Water meters and parts 

Valves or valve bodies, size 4 
inches or larger, used to 
control flow of liquids, vapors 
or gases in piping, including 
gate, globe, angle and check 

valves "<=• 

Iron or steel body valves and 
parts for steam, water, oil, 

and gas 

Other industrial machinery and 
parts, n.e.s. 
Equipment for the production 
of aviation motor fuel by 
processes involving chemical 
changes, and aviation fuel oil 
Equipment for the production 

of tetraethyl lead 

Plastic molding machines and 

presses 

Measuring machines for use 
in measuring or inspecting 
precision parts for use in 
the metal-working Industries 

by mechanical means Ho. 

Furnaces, industrial other 
than electric — 

Metal -working 

Other than metal working. . . . 
Other industrial machinery 
and parts, n- e. • 



OFFICE APPI2CANCES 

Accounting, bookkeeping, and 
calculating machines: 
Non-descriptive or non-text- 
writing bookkeeping and 

accounting machines "o. 

Descriptive or text-writing 
bookkeeping and accounting 

machines No. 

Listing adding machines *o. 

Calculating machines , non- 
listing "»• 

Card-punching, sorting, and 

tabulating machines No. 

Other, including used and 

rebuilt "o. 

Parts for accounting, book- 
keeping and calculating 

machines 

Printing blanks, including 

addressograph blanks Lb. 

Addressing machines and parts, 
equipment, accessories and 

supplies 

Duplicating machines, parts, and 

supplies for 

Cash registers: 

New No- 
Used and rebuilt No. 

Part 

Typewriters: 

Standard, new No. 

Portable, new No. 

Rebuilt "»■ 

Other, used No* 

Parts 

Staplers and staples (for office 

use) 

Other office appliances and parts. 

PRINTING AID BOOKBINDING MACBINERT 
...No. 



Typesetting machines. 



947 
2,581 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



10,185 



991,545 



87,054 



4,501,014 
6,545,645 



24,462 
228,567 



524 
215,717 



244,955 



1,615,494 
10,467 
82,076 



1,554,489 
2,575,851 



586,130 



108,435 
55,993 



792,540 



172,082 



10,944,696 
14,598,974 



5S,U» 
495,547 

700 
790, 9S8 



1,667,046 

6,749 

150,941 



3,413,055 
5,184,700 



243,355 



415,074 



1,081,549 
498,500 



52,399,423 



334 


521,556 


92,657 


1,557 
2,828 


1,067,581 
799,375 


285,983 
558,995 


2,700 


621, S15 


171,916 


2 


18,600 


16,418 


102 


59,765 


16,487 




55,944 
8,041 


11,615 


11,638 


14,014 




87,159 


102,987 




545,604 
8,073 


410, SCO 


30 


5,950 




14,662 

170,113 
14,001 

663,405 
4,155 
64,862 

171 
164,984 




5,770 


1,406 

310 

14,598 

61 


101,808 
11,666 

743,408 
3,681 
9,949 




207 




75,845 



19 



E 3TAT33 Z'TORTS OF DOMBSTIG I - ■ — - 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Conmodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



ShlpDing 
weight 

(pounds) 



V;-:e- 



ty description and unit 
of quantity 



Net Value 

•? (dollars) 



• - I - - _ - j 
weight 

- - ■ • - 



7791:0 
779300 



780000 
780100 



780400 
780600 

780700 

760800 

780900 



7810CC 
781400 
781800 
782400 
782700 

785900 

784100 
784200 
784400 
784700 
784900 
785900 

786100 
788400 
786900 
787000 



787500 
787430 
787450 
787S30 
787SS0 

787600 
787730 
787750 
787830 
787850 



7^7900 
788000 
7884CO 
788500 
788600 
788700 
788800 
788901 

788905 

789100 
789300 

789600 
789905 

789998 



CROUP 7.— MACHINERY AND 
VEHICLES— Continued 

PRINTING A'H BOOKBINDING 
MACHINERY— Cont iiued 

Printing presses No 

Bookbinding machinery, 

accessories and parts 

Other printing and typesetting 

machinery, parts, and accessories 

AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY 
AND MPLEVENTS 



Bee-keeping equipment 

Cream separators, valued less 

than $50 No. 

Other dairy equipment for fara 

use 

Incubators and brooders No. 

Other poultry equipment, n.e.s... 
Sprayers and dusters: 

Hand sprayers for trees and 

crops No. 

Power sprayers for trees and 

cropo No. 

Small sprayers for garden and 

housenold use No. 

Implements of cultivation: 

Horse and power plows No. 

Harrows No. 

Cultivators, horse and powerNo. 
Planters, horse and power. .. '-'o. 
Drills and seeders, horse, 

power, and hand .Mo 

Other cultivating implement, ''o. 
Harvesting* machinery: 

Mowers No. 

Lawn mowers, hand and power. No. 

Hayrakes and tedders No. 

Grain harvesters and bindersNo. 
Combines or reaper-threshersNo. 
Other harvesting implements. No. 
Seed separators: 

Threshers Mo. 

Corn shellers .No. 

Other separators No. 

Feed cutters, grinders, and 

crushers No. 

Tractors and parts: 
Tracklaying tractors, 
carburetor type (new)— 
Under 35 drawbar horse- 



790101 
790102 
790103 



35 but less than 50 draw- 
bar horsepower No. 

50 but less than 65 draw- 
bar horsepower No - 

65 but less than 80 draw- 
bar horsepower No- 

80 and over drawoar horse- 
power Mo. 

Tracklaying tractors, 
injection type (new) — 

Under 35 drawbar horse- 
power No. 

35 but less than SO draw- 
bar horsepower 

50 but less than 65 drawbar 
horsepower. . . . ■ No. 

65 but less than 90 draw- 
bar horsepower "*o 

80 and over drawoar Horse- 
power 

Wheel tractors (new) — 

Garden. . . .« No. 

1 plow No. 

2 plow No. 

3 nlow 

4 plow and over. ■ • No. 

Engines for tractors No. . 

Used tractors, all types.... No- 
Parts and accessories for 

track-laying tractors 

Parts end accessories for wheel 

tractors 

Windmills 

Towers for windmills 

Hayprosses, hand and power- 
Parts for agricultural 

machinery (except tractors) 

Other agricultural machinery, 
and iapleiwmts, n-e.s 

AinoMOBii^.s **"■ i"«r vehicles; 

Automobiles, parts, and 
accessories: 
Motor trucks, busses, and 
chassis ln«w) — 
Under 1 ton — 
1/4 ton and under. 
Over l'4 ton, not 
Over 1/2 ton and under 
1 ton 



23,157 

720 
111,566 



30,524 

468 

94,944 



3,699 

20 

2,540 I 

551 I 

31,218 j 

6,835 
1,783 
3,626 I 

51! 

3,268 
1,992 

3,795 ' 

3? 
1,019 
1,220 

ess 

556 
114 



136,508 

4,140 
1,060 
6,162 



28,672 

156,049 

11,704 

359,424 
155,146 
187,891 
40,267 

221,032 

87,703 

318,966 
4,238 
88,251 
389,667 
858,053 
234,428 

112,384 
1,927 
18,314 



620 

2,417 

1,050 

2,999 

3,185 
1,876 
6,695 
3,480 
2,459 
646 
61 



1,093,620 
8,543,999 

12,473,451 
6,226,357 

27,342,430 

2,282,059 
1,124,224 

2,856,565 

1,035,152 

258, 49C 



217 
150 
119 



20,835,770 39,127,224 



3,309,1 :■•' 
215,431 
129, S75 

2,232,085 



3,835,S37 
23,582 

11, 20" 
359,922 

2,265,4S6 

563,784 



10,451,278 
3,848,562 



IS, 881 18,072,808 4", 572, 964 
612 706,87s 2,037,960 



SSV.138 I 2,193,585 



306,659 

34,969 
5,952 
29,159 



67,682 
609,375 
37,793 

3,568,740 

1,720,510 

1,495,779 

321,649 

1,874,272 
581.154 

3,253,364 
32,781 
224,792 
3,545,826 
5,601,8-3 
1,590,140 

693,331 
19,873 
64,388 

902,366 



517 787,058 3,309,181 

596 1,352,403 5,871,433 

18,331 90,078 

94,034 591,329 

311 2,075,483 4,503,697 



4,876,641 
34,685,549 
51,293,894 

32,431,207 
. -;>1,741 

11,721,416 

5,741,688 
25,471,172 
16,417,450 
15,440,715 

4,589,661 
. "0,078 



790201 
790202 



790301 
790305 



790433 
790435 



790461 

790463 



790465 
790468 



790500 

790600 



79070C 
790600 



791000 

791100 



792100 



792600 
792700 



792830 
792 8S0 
792900 



79J130 
-93150 
793160 

793170 

793180 



"AST 
—Continued 

AIT' 

. "J— Continued 

Automobiles, parts, and 
accessories — Continued 
l^otor trucks, busses, ar.d 
chassis (new) — Continued 
Under 1 ton — Continued 
Station, warehouse, and 
factory trucks, powered 
by gasoline rwtor, whether 
or not containing con- 
veying, lifting, stacking, 
or sijtilar accessory 

devices Ho. 

1, and not over l-i/2 tons — 

1 ton la. 

Over 1, not over 1-1/2 

tons Ho. 

Station warehouse, and 
factory trucks, cowered 
by gasoline motor, 
whether or not containing 
conveying, lifting, 
stacking, or similar 
accessory devices. ...... .Mo. 

Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1/2 
tons — 
Over 1-1/2 not over 2-1/2 

tons, n e.s So. 

Station, warehouse, and 
factory trucks, powered 
by gasoline motor, whether 
or not containing convey- 
ing, lifting, stacking, 
or sissilar accessory 

devices No. 

Over 2-1/2 tons— 

Ciesel and secii-Diesel 
(infection type) — 
Over 2-1/2, not over 4 

tons Mo. 

Over 4, not over S tonsNo. 

Over 5 tons Mo. 

Casoline (carburetor type) — 
Over 2-1/2. not over 4 

tons No. 

Over 4, not over 5 

tons Mo. 

Over 5 tons No. 

Station, warehouse, and 
factory trucks, whether 
or not containing 
conveying, lifting, 
stacking, cr sinilar 

accessory devices Mo. 

Bus chassis Mo. 

Motor trucks, busses, and 

chassis (secondhand; Mo. 

Passenger cars and chassis 
(new)— 

Not over 1850 (list orice).Mo. 
Over *850, not over 51,200 

(list orice) fa. 

Over 31,200, not over 42,000 

(list orice) Mo. 

Over $2,000 (list orice) ..Ho. 
Passenger .-ars and chassis 

(secondhand) ..Mo. 

Tarts, except battery boxes, 
tires, inner tubes, fan belts 
and engines — 
Automobile parts for assembly. 
Autonobile parts for re- 
placement on vehicles — 

Spark plugs So. 

Autonobile parts for 

replacement n. e. s 

Automobile accessories — 
Automobile horns, hand 

and electric 

Other autosobile accessories, 

n e. s 

Automobile engines — 

For assembly on new vehicles 
with American trade names — 
Motor truck and bus 
-pi — 
Diesel anrt ser.i-"iesel.No. 

Gasoline No. 

Passenger car engines. . . . fa. 
For replacement on vehicles 
with either American or 
foreign trade nar- - 
assembly on new vehicles 
with foreign trade na-e — 

\r.A se-1-Oiesel. . No. 

m 

Automobile lire-service 

equipment and parts 
Pumps for gasoline and oil.... No. 
Other automobile service 

appliances and parts 

Trailers,, n e. s Mo. 



29,528 
826 1,347,679 
63,779 106,590,558 



157,254,209 



76,801 

5,450,176 
435,101,767 



5,0 L.08E 



TS.stt.see 



17! 
73 
552 



2,478 



2,175 
7,094 



419,078 1,556,500 



448,06'' 
2, ..29, 5- - - 



30,958,871 



9,444,500 5 

56,260,056 155,705.728 



888 

4 


3,020,505 


3.549,054 
«B,00C 


2,750 


3,787,859 


8,585,000 


e 


2,450 


19,650 


194 


ezB.ssi 


654,500 


86 
10 


148,189 
23,856 


489,980 
65,500 






20,426,562 91,060,354 

'.-.65 155,856 

U4.907.250 200,682.478 

1.750 ! 6,155 

1,127,057 6.419,596 



486 695,231 1,3S4,SS6 

685.096 2.588,489 

78,161 114.741 



3,232 






7S.690 
389,69] 



1!S,198 



395,914 



198,68! 
1.498,652 



283,166 
281,42! 



966,036 I 5,201,422 



20 



LEKD-LEAIS r FOG RAM: CALS^AR YEAR 1944— Continued 



ri— nilttj 
code No. 

(Sehe- 

Jul- ■ 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



TSMbO 

nscao 

795260 
795290 

79SS00 

795550 

795580 
795590 
79S700 



795720 
795740 
795750 
795780 

795800 
793820 

795900 
795950 
795950 
795970 
794501 
794505 

794400 



GHOIT 7._"ACHINF. Y »NE 
1 S— Continued 

AUTT ' ~S 

■S— Continued 

Aircraft: 

Boabers: 

Heavy U.S. Patrol Bombers, 
4 engine No. 

Medium Bombers, 2 engine.. No. 

Light Bombers, 2 engine... No. 

US Patrol Bombers. 
2 engine No. 

Light Bombers, 1 engine ..No. 
Fighters: 

Fighter, pursuit and 

interceptor 1 engine No- 
Naval fighters and 
reoonaissance, 1 engine. No. 

Fightrrs, pursuit and inter- 
ceptor, 2 engine No. 

Transports: 

Heavy transport, 4 engine No. 
Medium transport, 2 engine. No. 
Light transport, 2 engine. No 
Communication: 

Communication, 2 engine . No. 
Communication, 1 engine ..No- 
Trainers: 

Advanced Trainers, 2 engineNo. 
Advanced Trainers, i engineNo. 

Basic Trainers No. 

Primary Traine rs No. 

Barrage balloons No. 

Gliders and lighter-than-aircraft 
except barrage balloons. .. .No. 
Landplaner minus engines. .. .No. 
Parts for aircraft 
Parachutes and parts: 

794SOS ! Parachutes No. 

Parachutes parts and fittings: 

794509 Assembled harness, harness 

fittings and shrouds. . . . 

794598 Other parachute parts and 

fittings 

Radial engines: 
794601 1S40 inch and under piston 

displacement No. 

794605 Over 1540 inch through 1850 

inch piston displacement^. 
794605 Over 1350 inch piston 

displacement .. . •;-. 

Other engines: 
794607 1540 inch and under piston 

di splacement No. 

794609 Over 1540 inch through 1850 

inch piston displacement. No. 
794611 Over 1850 inch piston 

displacement .o. 

Aircraft engine parts and 
accessories: 
794705 Carburetors, cawls, crank 

cases, cylinders, generators 
magnetos, spark plugs, 
starters, superchargers, 
and valves for use in air- 
craft engines 

794798 , Other engine parts and 

accessories 

Aircraft instrutents and 
parts of: 
794801 Automatic pilot controls 

794805 Automatic pilot for 
aircraft No. 

Aircraft gyro instnjnmt .No. 

794806 Aircraft navigation 

instruments No. 

794807 Aircraft radio transmitting 

and receiving sets No. 

'arts of aircraft radio trans- 
mitting and receiving sets, 
rirec-ors and range finders. 
Self-synchronous trans- 
mitters and indicators such 
as selsvn andsynchro units 
and switchboards therefor 

for aircraft 

794894 Tachometers for aircraft. No. 

Other instruments and 

parts of 

794912 Propellers 

794915 Propeller parts and 

accessories 

Aircraft Farts an3 
accessories, n. e.s: 
79-;S5L Life jackets and life 

rafts for aircraft. .. .No. 

794995 3omb-rack controls, control 

columns , deicers , f rame 

assemblies, fuel tanks, 

oxygen regulators and 

tanks for use in aircraft, 

rudder pedals, struts and 

braces and wing tips 

Bomb sights for 

aircraft No, 

-M996 Other 



Nat 
quantity 



1,219 
1,429 
1,568 

511 

■^2 



5,150 
900 
78 

21 

1,520 
560 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



522,845,156 41,414,668 

256,799,544 55,568,745 

174,727,888 20,628,869 

52,008,452 ! 10,962,000 

80,700,059 10,744,815 



548,779,005 

69,845,656 
5,915,719 

4,871,420 

168,845,575 
25.095,684 



S5, 679,805 

12, SIB, 128 

695,250 

656,850 



696 11,955,480 4,049,740 



29 

1,670 

122 : 

924 

7,268 

677 

5 



1,584,662 
54,941,406 

5,554,796 
15,005,946 
54,875,560 

15,146,021 
145,000 



365,815 
14,9S7,488 

739,674 
5,084,975 
8,330,220 

14,931,947 
27,600 



Cosasodity 

code No. 

(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



94, 119 2,845,266 2,203,548 

2,241,308 . 1,798,913 

• • 1,423,900 1,129,223 

2,371 12,835,345 2.717.358 



3,761 
2,971 



48,416,228 8,624,607 
49,339,89-' 9,084,546 



657 1,251,813 471,811 i 

15,145 195,879,638 32,889,847 
78 1,496,695 225,025 



50,104,805 7,477,283 
136,076,352 33,638,429 



141 
3,117 



345,573 
736,052 



9,304 
88,586 



11,293 1,268,200 110,461 ,i 

37,021 39,601,024 6,834,579 



164,364,337 20,795,086 
575 180 



1,071 



186,279 
44,915 



21,832 
5,530 



13,758,305 1,920,816 

34,992 50,458,710 21,454,549 



31,014,911 ' 7,711,506 



47,584,961 



28,512,390 
206,834,718 



20,905,075 



2,615,087 
80,865,040 



795000 
795200 
795500 

79S40C 

795500 



795661 
795665 
79S66S 
79S668 
795669 
795671 
795673 
79S67S 
795677 
795679 
79S681 
795689 



795691 
795695 



795700 
795900 



796000 
796100 



796400 
796600 



796800 
796900 
797000 

797200 

797500 
799100 
799200 
799500 



799601 
799603 
799605 
799607 

799609 



799613 
799614 
799615 

799623 
799624 
799625 
799628 

799629 



799651 
799652 
799655 
799854 
799655 
799656 
799657 
7996S8 
799659 

799661 



799701 
799705 



799707 

799709 
799711 

799713 

799715 I 



.No. 



GROUP 7.— MACHINERY AND 
VEHICLES— Continued 

AUTOMOBILES AND T H*R 
VEHICLES—Continued 

Cycles: 

Bicycles . .... No. 

Motorcvlces No. 

Bicycle parts and accessories 

(except tires) 

l'otorcycle parts and 
accessories (except tires). . . . 

Merchant vessels No. 

Other watercraft 

Naval craft and Darts: 

Submarines No. 

Salvage vessels No. 

Convoy escort vessels No. 

Mine sweepers No. 

Auxiliary snips No. 

Anti-submarine irotor boatsNo. 

Motor torpedo boats No. 

Submarine chasers No. 

Standard navy launches. .. .Mo. 

Landing craft No. 

Other No. 

Parts and accessories for 
naval fcraft, except enrines. 
Watercraft other than naval: 
Not over 16 gross tons ...No. 

Over 16 gross tons .No. 

Internal-combustion marine engines 
(carburetor type): 
detachable motors (outboard)No. 

Other No. 

Railway cars: 

Passenger service — 

Electric railway or tram. No. 

Steam railway .No. 

"ailway motor cars — 

For track inspection and 
maintenance work. . . 

Passenger cars Ho. 

Freight cars over 10 tons 

capacity No. 

1'ine, industrial, and other 
freight cars, not over 10 

tons capacity No . 

Air-brake equipment and parts. . 

Parts, except axles and wheels. 

Railway signals, attachments and 

parts 

Railway car-heating equipment 

and parts 

Wagons and drays No. 

Wheelbarrows No. 

Pushcarts and hand trucks No. 

'Wheels, except automobile and 

car No. 

Ordnance combat vehicles and parts: 

Carriers, Universal No. 

Engines for carriers No. 

Engine parts for carriers 

Transmission and transmission 

parts for carriers 

Other parts and accessories 

for carriers 

Scout cars No. 

Armored cars: 

Light No. 

Medium ... No. 

Heavy No. 

Personnel carriers: 

8 man-M 2 No. 

13 man-M 5 No 

Other No 

Ordnance combat vehicles , 

n.e. s 

Parts and accessories for 

ordnance combat vehicles 

Ordnance service and repair 
trucks and parts: 
Artillery repair trucks... No. 
Instrument repair trucks.. No. 

Machine shop trucks No. 

Small arms repair trucks.. No. 
Tank maintenance trucks... No. 

Tool aid bench trucks No. 

Welding trucks 

Wrecking trucks rto 

Service and repair trucks, 

n e. s No. 

Parts and accessories for 
servic* and repair trucks... 
Military trailers and parts: 
1/2 ton and under - 2 wheeLNoJ 
Over 1/2 not over 1 ton- 

2 wheel cargo No. 

Over 1/2, not over 1 ton- 

2 wheel 250 gallon t.-nk. N . 
Ov?r 1 ton, not over 11^2 tore 

including van No. 

2 wheel, 2 horse vans No. 

4 wheel No. 

K 19 D Communication No. 

4 ton-4 wheel van K 58. . . . No. 



Net 
quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



11,865 
14.800 



558,218 

6,889,516 



3,330,677 
235,116,509 



19 5,780,000 
122 24,490,630 
16 2,824,000 
47 4,401,431 
898 , 22,417,8S1 
7,098 4,135,045 



14,S96,2S4 



15 28,954 

2 150,000 



3,279 1,034,128 
10,082 40,571,869 



Shipping 
(pounds) 



1,095,019 

12,041,204 



99,791 



4,246,559 

1,807,089,074 



16,252 45,279,949 



1,475 



557,462 

15,723 

1.110,851 



35,250 
87,704 
24,585 



2,770 



27,563 87,654,542 
11,777 3,747,445 
490,404 



52,250 



25,402,051 

40,520 47,860,553 

307 6,804,394 

2,771 57,580,616 

15 461,111 



1,627,440 
12,673,431 

1,598,772 

4,117,885 
29,654,190 

4,581,173 

24,107,432 

102,100 
580,801 



1,380,848 
26,247,640 



580,775,475 



3,218,269 

16,877 

5,247,551 

11,507,392 



188,066 

978,129 
36,680 



226,897,605 
8,356,188 
1,156,729 



45,437,851 
126,737,937 

4,375,651 

55,939,056 

383,594 




2.111,900 

38,540,907 

19, SCO 



21 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sched- 
ule B) 



Comnodity description end unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantity- 



Value 
(dollare) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



Cooraodlty 
code No, 
(Sched- 
ule B) 



CoBEOdity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantity 



Value 

(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



799717 
799719 
799721 
799725 
79972S 

799727 
799729 
799751 



799741 
799745 
79974S 
799747 

799749 
799761 
799755 
7997SS 

799756 

799757 
799759 



799921 
799925 
799925 
799927 
799929 



799951 
799952 
799955 
799954 
799955 
799958 
799941 
799942 
799945 
799944 
799945 
79994S 
799949 
799955 

799957 
799961 

799965 



799971 
799975 
799981 
799965 
799995 
799998 



800500 
800800 
800700 
801000 
801100 
801200 
802005 
802098 



802500 
802401 



802405 
802409 
802498 
802515 
802519 
802550 

8025S0 



..No. 
..No. 
..No. 
..No. 

..No. 



OBOUF 7 UACHINEBI ASS 

VEHICLES— Continued 

AUTOMOBILES AND OTHER 
VEHICLES — Continued 

Ordnance combat vehicle a 
and parts — Continued 

Ullltary trailere and 
parts — Continued 

5 ton pole type No. 

12 ton No. 

20 ton tank transport No. 

20 ton' low bed house No. 

5600 gallon gasoline 

4 wheel No. 

40 ton tank transport No. 

Ullltary trailers, n.e.s...No. 
Parts and accessories for 

military trailers 

Ullltary semi-trailers and parts 

2 1/2 ton surgical No. 

2 wheel cargo. No. 

Van E 55 No. 

6 ton-2 wheel coaat 
artillery 

6 ton-2 wheel van 

6 ton van and stake 

10 ton-2 wheel van 

10 ton low bed and stake 

2 wheel van 

12 through 16 ton-4 wheel 

van No. 

20 ton tank transport No. 

Ullltary semi -trailers, 

n.e.s No. 

Parts and accessories for 

military semi -trailers 

UiLitary tanks i 

Uodel US No. 

Uodel 5 A 1 No. 

Uodel US No. 

Uodel T7, except aero tanks .No. 

Light tanks, n.e.s No. 

Medium tanks weighing 20 to 40 
tons each i 

Uodel US No. 

Uodel US a No. 

Uodel US 12 No. 

Uodel US AS No. 

Uodel US A4 No. 

Uodel US AS No. 

Uodel U4 No. 

Uodel U4 Al No. 

Uodel U4 A2 No. 

Uodel U4 AS No. 

Uodel U4 A4 No. 

Uodel U4 AS No. 

Medium tanks, n.e.s No. 

Heavy tanks weighing over 40 

tons each No. 

Other military tanks No. 

Unitary tank radio transmitting 

and receiving sets No. 

Parts and accessories for military 
tanks radio transmitting and 

receiving sets 

Engines for light, medium, and 

heavy tanks No ■ 

Engine parte for light, medium 

and heavy tanks 

Transmission and transmission parte 
for light, medium, and heavy tanks 
Other parts and accessories for 

light, medium, and* heavy tanks... 
Boat propellers and blades (brass 

or bronze Lb. 

Other vehicles and parte 



GROUP 8.— CHEMICALS AND 
KELATED PRODUCTS 



COAL-TAR PRODUCTS 

Crude and refined coal tar.... Gal. 

Bensol Gal. 

Coal-tar pitoh Ton 

Creosote or dead on Oal. 

Toluene (toluol) Lb. 

lylene (xylol) Lb. 

Naphthalene Lb. 

Other crude coal-tar products, 

n.e.e Lb. 

Coal-tar aoids (resulting from 
distillation) i 

Phenol (carbolic add) .Lb. 

Coal-tar chemicals, n.e.s. 
used in connection with 

explosives Lb. 

Picric acid Lb. 

Cresyllo add and reaols Lb. 

Other ooal-tar acids Lb. 

Aniline oil Lb. 

Aniline salts Lb. 

Bets naphthol and bets 

naphthol flakes ...Lb. 

Dimethylanlllne Lb. 



454 

1,917 



1,465 



20 

141 

1,052 



181,122 
51,500 



5,455,175 
4,650,550 



2,751,285 



50,450 
1,062,949 



171,715 
68,579 

5,505,262 

579,366 

638,080 
4.115.27S 
52,157,215 



2,170 
1,542 
2,721 

"l)7S8 

92 

1 

11,276 



198,057 



31,240,118 



5,284,518 

142^663 j 176 
120,185,661 
187,770,574 

97J755,128 

4,140,462 

80,000 

7,676,274 

9,516,539 

11,911,508 

7,567,714 

5,970,971 

160,945,506 

131,575 
961,291 



750,974 
412,500 



11,390,906 
19,781,029 



4,142,516 



312,500 
5,190,145 



475,920 
531,140 

12,669,042 

1,097,410 

558,950 
5,942,580 
32,788,249 



25,241,nS 



5,118,102 

157,159,4S7 
105,195,076 
190,528,686 

117,220,476 

5,8=5,685 

89,600 

2,179,556 

3,449,129 

15,549,908 

7,186,502 

5,579,517 

252,518,951 

219,771 
5,935,247 



259,786,421 



1962,640,880 



14 

58,565 

39 

17,267 

114,557,409 



17,204,048 
26,198,227 



22,400 

1,581,068 

213,704 

23 

59,850 

1*,400| 
99!,8O0l 



46 

16,369 

1,263 

5,351 

5,584,558 



694,814 
3,170,081 



515 

285,212 

35,501 

25 

8,485 



28,982 
94,033 



274 
495,381 

91,994 
197,474 

116,009, on 



20,1S5,588 

29,19S,56S 

2S,S20 

2,451,603 

2S5,539 

65 

68,096 

152,939 
1,105,770 



802570 

802590 
802591 
802592 
802591 



802595 
802596 
802598 
802800 

805900 

806000 
806905 
806998 



8U100 

snsoo 

811905 



812000 
812100 



812200 
812300 



812409 
812413 
812419 

612498 



812500 
812730 
812750 



812791 
812792 
812795 

812794 

81279S 
812796 
812798 



815501 
815502 
815505 
815S04 
813505 
81SS06 
815507 
813508 
813510 
81 5511 
813512 
815515 

815517 



CROUP 8.— CHEMICALS AND 
RELATED PRODUCTS— Continued 

COAL-TAR PRODUCTS— Continued 

Diphenylomine Lb. 

Other coal-ter intermediates : 

Phthalic anhydride Lb. 

Tricresyl phosphate Lb. 

Triphenyl phosohate Lb. 

Dibutyl and diethyl phthalate 
and dipropylphtbolatc 

(normal and iso) Lb. 

Nitroderivatives of 
benzene, toluene, xylene, 
naphthalene and phenols in 
addition to those specified 
in President's Proclaaation 

of May 1, 1S57 Lb. 

Omega chloroacetophenone Lb. 

Styrene .Lb. 

Other coal-tar lnteraedlates.Lb. 
Rubber compounding agents of 

coal-tar products . . .Lb. 

Coal-tar colors, dyes, stains, 

and color lakes Lb. 

Varullin Lb. 

Chloropicrin Lb. 

Other finished coal-tar 
products Lb. 

MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL 
PREPARATION? 

Castor-oil Gal. 

aite mineral oil Gal. 

Fish oils and fish liver oils 

and concentrates thereof Lb. 

Vitamins end vitasterols, 

n.e.s Lb. 

Biologies: 

For animal and veterinary use... 
Serums and antitoxins for 

human use 

Vaccines for human use 

Glandular products, organ- 
otherapeutics , enzymes , 
ferments, and culture media.... 
Druggiets 1 nonproprietary 
preparations : 
Elixirs, tinctures, fluid 
extracts, ampoules, and 
similar liquid solutions — 
Fluid extract of belladonna 
leaf, N.F., end root, 
U.S. P., tincture of 
belladonna, U.S. P., snd 
belladonna liniment, N.F... 
Elixirs, etc. 

containing quinine Lb. 

Fluid extract and tincture 

of hyoecyamus 

Fluid extract and tincture 
of stramonium and 

stramonium ointment 

Elixirs, tincture, fluid 
extracts, ampoules, end 
slmnar liquid solutions, 

n.e.s 

Menthol Lb. 

Quinine sulphate...- Av.Oa. 

Other quinine salts and 

conpounds Av.Os. 

Tablets, pills, capsules, 
powders, ointments, snd 
similar manufactures, n.e.s. 1 
Tablets, pins, etc. 

containing quinine Lb. 

Acetylsallcylic acid 

(aspirin), in tablet form.... 
Extract of belladonna, and 
belladonna ointment and 

plaster, U.S.P Lb. 

Extract of hyoecyamus 

(Henbane) Lb. 

Extract of stramonium Lb. 

Scopolamine (Hyoacine)..Av.Ot. 
Tablets, pills, capsules, 
powders, ointments, and 
similar manufactures, n.e.s.. 
Medicinal chemicals for 
prescription use: 
Atropine hydrochloride. -Av.Oa. 
Atropine hydrobromide... Av.Oa. 
Atropine methyl bromide. Av.Ol 
Atropine methylnitrate . .Av.Ol 

Atropine nitrate ...Av.Os 

Atropine salicylate Av.Os 

Atropine sulfuric add 
Atropine sulfate. 
Atropine valerate 

Caff sin Lb. 

Caffeln salts and compounds .Lb. 
Radium salts and compounds 

(radium content) Uilligrai 

Strychnine and salts 
thereof Av.Os 



45,250 



520,000 

26,248 



2,558,650 



873,850 



26,950 

10,582,843 



728,524 



991,279 
1,100 



6,352 



6,695 



584,65! 



94,699 



4,582 
2,259,291 



555,282 
2,436 



1,769,445 



31,558 
1,109,777 



479,931 
1,616,705 



1,015,442 



59,150 
548,631 

1,309,574 

15,588,496 

1.31S 

1,600,947 
1,082,139 

507,567 



28 
2,904 

5,202 



780,875 
S4S 



1,419 



.Av.Os. 

..Av.Os. 
..Av.Oa. 



94,390 



11,265 
12,674 



S8.525 

1,042 

107 

85 

555,547 



16,680 



55,760 
74,144 



576,971 
28,697 



ifiOJBSi 



948,519 



29,400 

12,080,797 



845,552 



1,149,548 
1,792 



2,069,611 



519,199 
9,276,414 

S74.820 

2,499,869 

379 

127,759 
105,381 



245,786 
94 
657 



120.1SS 

1,102 
182 
28 

755,745 



4,122 



13,743 

31,904 



22 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OP DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
cods No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



eissie 

815519 
61SS25 

815550 
S1S59S 



814100 
814200 

814800 

814900 
81S001 
81S098 
815101 
815198 

81S200 



815405 
815498 
815SOO 



815705 
815798 



818005 
816098 
81*100 



816505 
816598 



616705 
816798 



818005 
818015 
818014 
81 8019 



320000 
820100 
620200 
820S00 
820400 

820550 
820550 
820591 

820592 

820595 
820595 
820596 
820598 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 8.— CHEMICALS AND 
RELATED PRODUCTS — Continued 

MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL 
PREPARATIONS— Continued 

Medicinal chemicals for 
proscription use — Continued 
Theobromine and theobromine 

aalts and compounds ...Lb. 

Theophylline and salts 

thereof Av. Os. 

Bemocsine-bensoate , 
ethocaine, novacaln, 
P -ami nobensoyl -diet hy- 
lamlnoethanol, planocaine, 
and all forms of procaine. . . Lb. 
Acetylsallcylie acid 

(aspirin), in bulk Lb 

medicinal chemicals for 

prescription use, n. e.s 

Household medicinal chemicals 
and pharmaceuticals in small 
packages: 

Solids 

Liquids 

Proprietary medicinal preparation 
mouth washes, gargles, and 

personal antiseptics 

Corn and foot remedies 

Belladonna plasters, D.S.P 

Other plasters, n.e-s 

Belladonna liniment, N.F Lb. 

Other liniments, n-e-a 

Salves and ointments — 
For burns, cuts, skin 
diseases, insect bites, 

inflammation, etc 

Por cough, colds, catarrh, 

and bronchial infection 

Cold, cough, and bronchial 
preparations — 

Containing quinine Lb. 

Other 

Asthma, catarrh, and hay-fever 
preparations, including 

inhalants 

malaria, chill and fever 
remedies — 

Containing quinine Lb. 

Other 

Tonics, blood purifiers, 
emulsions, and appetizers — 

Containing quinine Lb, 

Other 

Laxatives, purgatives, and 

cathartics 

Milk of magnesia 

Digestive preparations — 

Containing quinine Lb. 

Other 

Headache, neuralgia, and pain 
remedies- 
Containing quinine Lb, 

Other 

Propietary medicinal 
preparations, nes— 
Extract and fluid extract of 
belladonna leaf and loot; 
tincture of belladonna, 
U.S. P. , belladonna 
ointment , U. S. P. , 
homatrooine (belladonna 

root) Lb. 

Preparations, n. e.s., 

containing quinine Lb. 

Extract, fluid extract, and 

tincture of hyoscyamus. . . . Lb 
Extract and fluid extract of 
stramonium (Jimson weed).. Lb 
Tincture of stramonium, 
stramonium ointment, and 
scopolamine (Ryoscine) 

( stramonium) Lb. 

Other proprietary medicinal 
preparations, nes 

CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES 

Niootine sulphate (40* basis). Lb. 

Copper sulphate (blue vitriol). Lb 

Lead arsenate Lb. 

Calcium arsenate Lb. 

Petroleum oil sprays, 
agricultural Gal. 

Pyrethrum extract Lb. 

Seed disinfectants Lb. 

Cupric acetoarsenite (paris 
green) Lb. 

Pyrethrum or insect flower 
powders Lb. 

Rotenone Lb. 

Chloropicrin Lb. 

Calcium cyanide Lb. 

Other agricultural insecticides, 
fungicides, and similar 
preparations and materials, 
dry or liquid basis Lb. 



Net 

quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



1,255 



62,565 
979 



4,946 

199,026 

17,58S,762 



5,727 
5,544 



333 

51,819 



7,851 



239 
201 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



56,900 

751 

2.744 

144,575 

24,794,668 



49,475 

56,597 



2,541 
49,262 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



642,696 



275 
287 



98,068 
24,689 
166,000 



3,000 
454,679 



129,520 



517,258 



965,780 



70,921 

3,255 

19,120 



2,754 
3,751 
96,404 

44,057 
84,858 



1,648,209 



134,042 

51,571 
186,620 



100,550 

5,263 

501,691 



132,160 
625,773 



820600 
820900 



623000 
823500 
825400 

825500 
825800 
825901 
825998 

824000 



825100 
825300 



825598 
825707 



625801 
825808 

825805 
825809 
825819 



826001 
826007 
826098 

826101 
826103 
826107 
826198 

826200 
826300 
826400 

826505 

826598 

828700 

826601 

826805 

826898 
826901 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



OROUP 6.— CHEMICALS AND 
RELATED PRODUCTS— Continued 

CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES— Continued 

Household and industrial 
insecticides, exterminators, 

and repellents Lb 

Household and industrial 
disinfectants, deodorants, 
germicides, and similar 

preparations Lb. 

Baking powder. Lb- 
Dextrine or British gum Lb 

Tobacco saucing or extract used 

for flavoring tobacco Lb, 

Other tobacco extraots Lb. 

Textile specialty compounds. .. .Lb. 

Chromium tanning mixtures Lb, 

Tanning specialty compounds, 

n.e. s Lb. 

Water softeners, purifiers, 
boiler and feed-water 

compounds Lb. 

Metal -working compounds Lb. 

Synthetic gums and resins: 
In powder, flake, or liquid 
form — 

Ester gums Lb. 

Alkyd resins Lb. 

Tar-acid resins— 
Phenol-formaldehyde resins 
in powdsr, flake, or 

liquid form Lb. 

Other U>. 

Urea— 
Urea-formaldehyde resins 
in powder, flake, or 

liquid form Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Synthetic gums and resins, 
in powder, flake, or liquid 

form, n.e. a 

Casein Lb. 

Methyl methacrylate , 

unf abricated Lb. 

Nylon Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Polymers, snd copolymers of 
butadiene, acrylonltrils , 
butylene, styrene, vlnylidene 
chloride, and synthetic 
rubberlike compounds, fabri- 
cated or unf abricated Lb 

Sheets, plates, rods, tubes, 
and other unfinished forms- 
Laminated— 
Of phenol-formaldehyde 

resins , fabricated Lb. 

Of urea-formaldehyde 

resins, fabricated Lb. 

Of other synthetic gums 

and resins Lb. 

Not laminated— 

Of phenol-formaldehyde 

resins, fabricated Lb. 

Of methyl methacrylate 

fabricated Lb. 

Of urea-formaldehyde 

reeines, fabricated. .. -Lb. 
Of other synthetic gums 

and resins Lb. 

Pyroxylin products: 
Pyroxylin scrap and film 

scrap Lb. 

Pyroxylin plastic film 

support Lb. 

Pyroxylin sheets, rods, or 
tubes and other unfinished 

forms Lb. 

Cellulose acetate molding 
compos it ions and molding 

powdsr, plasticised Lb. 

Cellolose acetate sheets, rods, 
tubes, end other unfinished 

forms, plesticlssd Lb. 

Cellulose acetate plastic film 

support Lb. 

Nitro and aceto cellulose: 
Solutions, collodion, otc. — 
Nitrocellulose, having 
nitrogen content of more 

than 12* Lb. 

Nltrocelluloss having 
nitrogen content of 12* 

ana less Lb. 

Aceto cellulose Lb. 

Not in solution- 
Nitrocellulose having 
nitrogan content of more 

than 12* Lb. (dry wt. ) 

Nltrocelluloae having 
nitrogen content of 12* 

and less Lb. (dry wt. ) 

Aceto cellulose. . Lb. (dry wt. ) 

Cements for sealing cans Lb. 



Net 

quantity 



589,485 

3,5S6,»ee 

126,460 



38,544 
224,000 



623,239 



1,724,810 
1,014,703 



14,025 
32,528 



4T,852 
84,825 



8,450 



4,408 

165 

1,867,474 
459, US 



Talus 
(dollars) 



33,615 

87 

16,814 

1,732 
592,259 



1, 516,768 

625,060 

463,095 

1,252,610 
1,501,470 

60,009 



56,515 
3,778 



1,220,298 



212,343 

281, 600 

7.S3S 



7,653 
17,080 



175,834 
187,857 



1,332 
11,973 



44,837 
27,992 



2,412 



822 
1,668,586 

75,592 



2,871,875 

16,069 

280 

12,585 

772 
642,900 



1,287,708 
475,985 
202,463 

957,914 

1,884,596 

14,789 



8,704 
842 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



4,696,156 



671,411 
4,882,749 

128,788 



44,407 

241,700 



1,977,612 
1,140,152 



15,800 
38,305 



34,557 

91,350 



8.723 



4,480 

171 

2,398,078 
517,550 



7,980,460 

36,922 
107 

19,661 

2,084 

789,846 



1,898,264 
742,395 

5*1,323 

1,661,192 
1,685,888 

64,724 



60,064 
6,080 



23 



UKIT3D STA1 ND-L7..3E PHOGRAU: CALE — t inued 



Ccm.TO-iitT 

coda No. 

(Sche- 
dule ■») 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 






(dollars) 



Shinning 
(sounds) 






Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shicpin* 



829000 
829100 

829200 
8Z9JO0 

S2940C 
829S5C 
82959C 
R296C0 
82970S 
829798 



32991 S 
829919 



B29 JSfl 
e29970 



BSOCOO 
830100 
930200 



830305 
830 3C7 
830309 
830398 

830700 
83080C 
83091,; 
830930 
830950 

830970 



830990 
830992 
830993 
830998 



831000 
8S1100 
831200 
831300 
831400 

63150S 
831598 
831600 
BS1700 
831900 
632001 



832003 
832005 
832200 

832 500 



832800 

832910 
832930 
832950 
632960 
832970 



632981 
832963 
83298S 
832987 
832988 
832989 
832991 



GROUP 8. — CHEMICALS AND 
RELATED PRODUCTS— Continued 

CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES- Continued 

Other cementing preparations for 
repairing, sealing and ad- 
hesive use Lb 

Specialty cleaning and washing 

compounds Lb 

Polishes: 

Metal and stove polishes Lb 

Shoe polishes and shoe 

cleaners Lb. 

Leather dressing and stains.. Lb 
Ploor wax, wood and furniture 

polls he s Lb. 

Automobile polishes Lb. 

Natural flavoring extracts 

Synthetic flavoring extracts 

Pectin Lb, 

Coconut shell char in any form. Lb. 
animal charcoal or bone char, 
deodorizing, decolorizing, and 
gas absorbing carbons, n e. s Lb. 
Rubber compounding agents 

n-e. s Lb. 

Anti-knock compounds not of 
petroleum origin: 

Ethyl fluid Gal. 

Any mixture containing more 
than 3cc tetraethyl lead 

per gallon Gal. 

Liquid gum inhibitors for 

treating petroleum distillates. . . 
Licorice extract and mass. 
Reagent chemicals for labora- 
tory use 

Other chemical specialty 
compounds , n. e. s 



INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS 

Adds end anhydrides: 

Acetic acid Lb. 

Acetic anhydride Lb. 

Tartaric acid Lb. 

Other organic acida and 
anhydride; — 

Uonochloracetic acid Lb. 

Citric acid Lb. 

Oxalic acid Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Inorganic — 

Hydrochloric (muriatic) Lb. 

Boric (ooraalc) Lb. 

Lb. 

Nitric Lb. 

Sulphuric, fuming (oleum) 

(50° Saume bails) Lb. 

Other suiohuric v50° Baume 

basis) Lb. 

Other inorganic icids and 
anhyirides — 
Arsenious oxide (white 

arsenic) Lb. 

Molybdenum tricxide 

(molylxienun c jntent) .... Lb. 
Phosphoric acid, ortho-, 

pyro-, and meta-. Lb. 

Other Inorganic acids and 

anhydrides Lb 

Alcohols : 

Methanol Gal. 

Ethylene glycol Lb. 

Solidified denatured alcohol. Lb. 

Butanol (butyl alcohol) Lb. 

Glycerin (100 percent glycerol 

basis) Lb. 

Thiodiglycol Lb. 

Other alcohols Lb. 

Acetone Lb. 

Butyl acetate Lb. 

Carbon bisulphide Lb. 

Formaldehyde, 40 percent 
solution by volume, 37 percent 
solution by weigh* ( formalin). Lo. 

Paraformaldehyde (solid) Lb. 

Formaldehyde (gas) Lb. 

Amyl acetate Lb. 

Synthetic collecting reagents 
for concentration oi ores, 

metals, or mineral Lb. 

Cellulose acetate flake, waste, 
and scrap, not plaatlclzed . . . Lb. 

Carbon tetrachloride Lb. 

Ethyl acetate Lb. 

Solium acetate Lb. 

Methyl-ethyl ketone Lb. 

Ethyl ether Lb. 

Other organic chemicals not of 
coal-tar origin: 

Acrylonltrlle Lb. 

Butadiene Lb. 

Vinyl ldine chloride Lb. 

Chloroacetyl chloride Lb. 

Chloroprene Lb. 

Ethylene chlorhydrene Lb. 

Acetic aldehyde Lb. 



649,131 

286, e38 

1,420 

54,090 
15,562 



e4,514 
44,478 

16,550 
1,812 



1,211,524; 1,452,017 



7,258 
567,965 I 



2,830 



380,128 ! 1,562,460 
30,674 



188,693 
537,220 
36,548 



35;, 636 
19,582 
1,042,6C 

1,902,371 
195,821 
,7! 

310,308 

1,SS2,630 



2,693,328 
2,004 



360,779 

2,ie2,740 

30,829,291 

15,851 

15,547,846 

7,671,435, 

1,343,550 

397,619,512 

32,013,390 

12,730,276 

605,586 



1,304,566 

22,900 

181,002 

250 



4,258.598 

164,187 

3,346,557 

7,202,545 

3,412 

61-, 297 

22,961 



2,345 
23,600 



67,714 

3,461,615 



27,852 
66,231 
22.2S8 



. 

2.290 

133,399 

41,251 
107,855 
32,674 
a, 163 

36,467 

467,643 



27,421 

S77.459 

3,134,130 

1,257 

3,175,948 

1,410,557 
796.257 
54,550,003 
2,622,779 
2,446,386 
44,790 



68,831 

3,995 

8,780 

105 



49,296 
247,623 
959,320 
665 
51,160 
6,599 



1.0SS 
8,921 



46,582 



763,540 

328,767 

1,541 

70,320 
18,522 






9,809 
608,564 

6,193,408 

6,497,320 
43,198 



201,913 
19,435,834 



230,399 
720,092 
40,072 



396,436 

21,365 

1,228,918 

921,704 

2,075,375 

213,428 

196,102 

411,465 

1,897,014 



2,285 
84,182 

41«,231 

15,598,S5S 

34,145,691 

17,888 

17,786,034 

6,419,149 

1,473,963 

398,677,196 

36,779,188 

14,437,167 

728,012 



1,532,965 

27,348 

213,548 

660 



4,6S6,67S 

189,941 

8,339,641 

6,547 

706,374 

32,736 



3 


,170 


24 


029 




261 


746 



332992 

83299* 
8S299S 

832996 
832998 
833600 
83S90S 
833398 

93410C 

834 SOO 

834401 
834402 
834403 
834415 
834498 

834601 
834610 

= 3 ■;-:;: 

834650 
834«98 



835700 
835800 

835901 

835902 

85SSC4 

835905 

835908 

835911 

835913 

835917 

835918 

835921 

835923 

835939 
835998 



636211 
836212 
836213 
83621S 
836213 
836217 
836219 

836221 
836222 
836223 
836225 
836226 

836229 

636296 

856400 

836500 

836700 
3SMO0 

636900 
837300 
837700 

837901 
837905 
837909 
637915 
937998 

essioi 

8381CS 
838198 

8SSS01 
836 502 
BS8S04 



GROUP 8.— CH3HCALS AND 

~^C PRODUCTS — Continued 

INDUSTRIAL 0H2CCALS— Continued 

Other organic chemicals not of 
coal-tar origin — Continued 

Methylamine . Lb. 

Pentacrythrate Lb. 

Camphor, natural and 

synthetic Lb. 

Hexameth7lene tetracaine Lh. 

Other.... Lb. 

Aluminum sulphate Lb. 

Aluminum chloride, anhydrous. .. .Lb. 

Other aluminum compounds Lb. 

31eaching powder Lb. 

Calcium carbide Lb. 

Calcium Chloride Lb. 

Bromine, bromides and bromates: 

Bromine Lb. 

Potassium bromide Lb. 

Sodium bromide Lb. 

Ethylene dibromide Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Iodine, iodides, and iodates: 

9ismuth iodides Lb. 

Postassium iodides Lb. 

Zirconium Lb. 

Iodine, crude and resublimed- . Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Potassium compounds (not 
fertilizers): 

Bichromate and chromate Lb. 

Hydroxide (caustic potash). ... Lb. 
Other- 
Potassium acetate and 

mixtures Lb. 

iotas sium bicarbonate and 

mixtures Lb. 

Potassium carbonate and 

mixtures Lb. 

Potassium bitartrate .ind 

mixtures Lb. 

Potassium chlorate and 

mixtures Lb. 

Potassium chromium sulfate 

(chrome alum. ) -b. 

Potassium cyanide and 

mixtures Lb. | 

Potassium nitrate and 
mixtures (black saltpeter 
powder). (President's proc- 
lamation of May 1, 1937.... I*. 
Potassi'uo nitrate, n.e.s. , 

and mixtures Lb. 

Potassium perchlorate and 

-ixtures Lb. 

Potassium permanganate 

and mixtures Lb 

'ocheLle salts Lb 

Other potassium compounds 

(not fertilizers) Lb. 

Borates, crude: 

Soracite Lb. 

Colemanite Lb. 

Kernite Lb. 

Priceite Lb, 

Rasorite lb. 

Sassolite Lb 

Ulexlte Lb 

Borates, refined: 

Amonium borate Lb. 

Bora*, glass Lb 

Boron oxide Lb. 

3oron sesquioxlde Lb. 

Manganese borate Lb. 

Sodium metaborate Lb. 

Sodium tetraborate (borax, 

sodium borate) Lb. 

Borates, ne. s Lb. 

Sodium compounds, n e.s. : 

Silicate (water glass' Lb. 

Carbonate, calcined (soda 

ash) Lb. 

Bicarbonate (baking soda). 

Bichromate snd chromate Lb. 

Cyanide Lb. 

Hyoroxiae (caustic soda) Lb. 

Sodium phosphate (mono-, 
di-, tri-, m-*ta-, or pyro-).. Lb 
Hvdrv . ... 

Other sodium coirrounds- 

Soda lire Lb. 

Scdlui chlorate Lb 

Sodium perborate Lb 

Sodium azide Lb 

Other Lb 

Tin compounds: 

Tin chloride Lb. 

Tin oxide. lb. 

Other Lb- 

Ammonium e.rt.. nds* 

Aqua ammonia ■ - -lb. 

"icarbonat j tb. 

Carbonate 



1, 700.98S 

10,687,701 

16,391,803 

214.90C 

691,095 

246,144 

148,900 

13,593,952 

1,52-, 390 

16,919 
133,771 
780,429 
195,700 
372,340 



25,611 

-0,934 



872,486 
9,383,8] 



1,143 
81,867 



738,722 

1,970,698 

5,679,962 

2,794 

::-,": 

23.68C 

12,950 
556,786 
32,982 



SS.642 

196.374 
'4. ■:- 
169,556 



rr-,:i: 
49,187 



94,006 
584,572 



504 
8.805 



1,745,240 


115,030 


492 




653,950 


87,7a 


22,027 


2,973 


30,578 


18,356 






235,434 


18,418 


262,254 
100 


56,795 
117 


302,418 


47.627 


13.500 

3,316 


2,025 
365 


149,177 


6,807 


80.480 


716 


1.925,096 
1,867,034 
1,625,114 
1,C-11,960 


69.COS 

120,733 

174,599 

1,S60,803 


1,050,697 
394,191 


. 1 

9,634 


1,007 

917,994 

4SC 

696 

. ' 


133 

79,461 

1-0 

1,176 

, 


10 


IS 


44.250 




. 


1,590 



2,049,067 

18,494,073 

-;.::= 
zs-.tos 

14,540,940 

:,;=:.-:: 

149,116 
936,522 
214,457 

i'-.i'i 



82, -06 

1S.TT7 



9S9.465 

e, -24, 879 



5,246 
90,434 

1,872,108 

628 

726,185 

24,851 

40,141 



Cf?.??4 
SS7 



16,058 

3,816 



163,595 



22,882 
(.066,850 

70,143,722 

424.752 

1,340 

1,020 
94! 

25 



1-.124 



34 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF I»l»:nTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



niMiiiiitj 

cod* No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



858SJS 
838S07 
858509 
858511 
858515 
858S17 
8585 20 
858525 
858555 
8S8S98 



889000 

859130 
859200 
88840 I 



859501 
85950S 
859511 
859515 
859515 
859517 
859518 
859519 



859598 

859601 

859605 

859605 

859607 
859608 
859620 

859650 

859651 

859652 
859655 

859654 

859655 

859656 

859658 

859651 
859653 
859655 
8596S7 
859658 

859671 
859675 
859678 

839691 
859693 



859701 
859702 
839 70S 
859704 
859705 
839706 
839707 
859 711 
839713 
859715 
839717 
859718 

839721 
839723 

859724 
83972S 
839727 
839728 

839741 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
quantity 



GROUP 8.— CHLeUCALS AH) 
RELATED PRODUCTS — Continued 

INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS— Continued 

Ammonium compounds — Continued 

Chloride (sal ammoniac) Lb. 

Dlcyanodi amide Lb. 

Ouanldlne Lb. 

Ouanldine nitrate Lb. 

Nitroguanldine Lb. 

Nitrate Lb. 

Perchlorate Lb. 

Urea Lb. 

Zinc-ammonium chloride Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Oases, compressed, liquefied, and 
solidified! 

Ammonia, anhydrous Lb. 

Other gaseous refrigerants. . .Lb, 

Chlorine Lb 

Helium gas Cu.ft 

Other gases, n.e.s., liquefied 
and solidified — 

Butylene Lb. 

Ethylene Lb 

Lung irritants, n.e.s Lb. 

Vesslcants Lb. 

Lachrymators Lb, 

Sterol tators Lb. 

Screening smoke Lb. 

Items enumerated in 
category VI of Presidents 
Proclamation of Hay X, 

1937, n.e.s Lb, 

Other Lb, 

Other industrial chemicals t 

Antimony salts and compounds — 
Antimony chloride (butter 

of antimony) Lb, 

Antimony oxides (tri-, 

tetra-, penta-) Lb. 

Antimony potassium 

(tartar emetic) Lb. 

Antimony sulfide Lb 

Other .Lb . 

Beryllium salts and compoundsAb. 
Bismuth salts and compounds- 
Bismuth chlorides and 

mixtures Lb. 

Bismuth nitrates and 

mixtures Lb. 

Bixmuth oxide and mixtures.Lb, 
Bixmuth sulfates and 

mixtures Lb. 

Bixmuth carbonates and 

mixtures Lb, 

Bismuth gallates and 

mixtures Lb, 

Bismuth saccharate and 

mixtures Lb 

Other Lb, 

Cadmium salts and compounds — 

Cadmium chloride Lb. 

Cadmium oxide ............. .Lb 

Cadmium plating salts Lb, 

Cadmium sulfate Lb. 

Other Lb, 

Chromium salts and compounds — 

Chromic chloride Lb, 

Chromic suit at e Lb. 

Other Lb 

Cobalt salts and compounds — 

Cobaltoua carbonate Lb. 

Cobaltic and cobaltous 

chloride Lb. 

Cobalt nitrate Lb. 

Cobaltic and cobaltous 

sulfate Lb. 

Other Lb, 

Copper salts and compounds — 

Cupric acetate Lb, 

Cupric acetoarsenite Lb 

Cupric carbonate ...Lb 

Cupric chloride Lb 

Cuprous chloride Lb 

Cupric cyanide Lb. 

Cuprous cyanide Lb, 

Cupric hydroxide Lb 

Cupric nitrate Lb 

Cupric oxide Lb 

Cuprous oxide Lb 

Other Lb. 

Uanganese salts and compounds — 

Ilariganese chloride .Lb. 

Manganese dioxide (including 

battery mix) Lb. 

Uanganese hydroxide Lb. 

Uanganese oxide Lb. 

Uanganese sulfate Lb 

Other Lb, 

Uercury salts and compounds — 
U^rcurous chloride 

(calomel) Lb 

Uercurlc chloride 
(corrosive sublimate) Lb 



24,596 

709,500 

3,856,017 

500 



196,872 

1,110,656 
24,000 



8,1 a 

2,475 
3,000 



1,008,858 



1,000 
4,572 



Value 
(dollars) 



1,551 

86,584 
101,146 

"isi 

5,569 



43,140 

508,323 

4,368 



17,186 
505 
175 



588,649 



406 
2,019 



1,820 



13,178 



1,120 



2,100 
1,009 



150,480 



13,500 



5,400 



45 

306,200 



9 

4,236 



622,994 



4,407 
2? ,264 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



2,060 



14,426 



3,080 
295 



2,516 



58 

60,643 



31,115 



13,295 
50,506 



26,869 

776,998 

4,008,211 

'886 

12,750 



456,451 

1,878,416 

58,080 



12,000 
2,646 
3,276 



2,082,054 



1,086 
4,879 



1,496 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



17,955 



1,869 



2,221 
1,106 



167,160 



14,850 



3,736 



132 
330, 6S0 



55 

4,736 



638,404 



11,347 
39,211 



859743 
859744 
859 74S 

839746 
839747 
839748 
839758 



859761 
859762 
839763 
859764 
859765 
839766 
859767 
839768 
859775 



859781 

859782 
839783 
839784 
839785 
839786 
839787 



839810 
839818 



839820 
839821 
859823 
83982S 
839828 
839830 

839835 
839856 
839857 
859838 

839845 
839847 
839949 

839851 
859852 
839853 
839854 
859855 
859856 
839858 



839870 
839871 
839872 
839875 
839874 
839875 
839876 
839878 



859885 
839887 
859889 
859890 

839891 



840500 

841100 
841400 
841900 

842 soo 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantl ty 



GROUP 8.— CHEMICALS AND 
;£LATED PRODUCTS— Continued 

INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS— Continued 

Other industrial chemicals — Con. 
Uercury salts and compounds — Con. 

Uercurlc fulminate Lb. 

Uercurlc nitrate Lb. 

Uercurlc oxide (red 

and yellow) Lb. 

Uercuric sulfate Lb. 

Mercuric sulfide Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Molybdenum salts and com- 
pounds, n.e.s Lb. 

Nickel salts and compounds — 
Nickel ammonium sulfate. .. .Lb. 

Nickel carbonate Lb. 

Nickel chloride Lb. 

Nickel nitrate Lb. 

Nickel oxide Lb. 

Nickel peroxide Lb. 

Nickel sulfate Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Radium salts end compounds 

(radium content) Milligram 

Strontium salts and compounds — 
Celestite (mineral strontium 

sulfate Lb. 

Strontianite (mineral 

strontium carbonate) Lb. 

Strontium carbonate Lb. 

Strontium chloride Lb, 

Strontium nitrate Lb, 

Strontium oxylate Lb. 

Strontium peroxide Lb. 

Strontium sulfate Lb. 

Other Lb 

Titanium tetrachloride Lb 

Other titanium salts and 

compounds Lb, 

Tungsten salts and compounds — 

Sodium tungstate Lb 

Tungstic acid Lb 

Tungsten chloride Lb, 

Tungsten oxide Lb. 

Other Lb, 

Uranium salts and compounds. Gram 
Vanadium salts and compounds — 

Vanadium chloride Lb. 

Vanadium oxide Lb. 

Vanadium sulfide Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Zinc salts and compounds — 

Zinc chloride Lb. 

Zinc sulfate Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Zirconium salts and compounds — 

Zirconium carbides Lb. 

Zirconium chlorides Lb. 

Zirconium nitrates Lb. 

Zirconium oxides Lb. 

Zirconium silicates Lb. 

Zirconium sulfates Lb. 

Other Lb. 

Miscellaneous salts and 
compounds — 
Caesium (cesium) salts and 

compounds Lb. 

Platinum group salts and 
compounds— 

Iridium Oz.troy 

Osmiridium Oz.troy 

Osmium Oz.troy 

Palladium Oz.troy 

Platinum Oz.troy 

Rhodium Oz.troy 

Ruthenium Oz.troy 

Other Oz .troy 

Tantalum salts and 

compounds Lb. 

Thorium salts and 

compounds Lb. 

Arsenic trichloride Lb. 

Phosphorous, elemental Lb. 

Sulphur chloride Lb. 

Witherite (natural barium 

carbonate ) Lb. 

Uesothorium salts and 

compounds Mg. 

Other industrial chemicals 

PIGMENTS, P*I NTS AND VARNISHES 

Mineral -earth pigments (dry) : 

Ocber, umber, sienna, and 
other forme of iron oxide 
for paint Lb. 

Other mineral-earth pigment&Lb. 
Chemical pigments! 

Zinc oxide Lb. 

Lithopone Lb. 

Lampblack Lb. 

Carbon black or gas black... Lb. 

Red lead Lb. 

Litharge Lb. 



1,476 



22,000 

100,100 



23,775 
24,000 



649,470 



1,800 
2,250 



Value 
(dollars) 



5,519 



2,970 
55,056 



6,845 
9,892 



184,150 



2,430 

6,886 



SM|.j.lng 
welght 
(pounds) 



24,720 
107,492 



1 
4,941 

111,353 
4,560 
3,450 



550 

7,488,721 
11,279 



128,169 
98,600 

557,497 
600,000 
75,040 

94.181,810 
198,596 
145,146 



10 

24,715 

6,600 

669 

5,926 



200 

2,500 
124 



900 

1,126,544 

409 
1,727,288 



S.9S9 
1,726 

52,045 
24,854 
8,108 

4,759,644 

55,978 
9,705 



26,265 
27,900 



750,072 



1,904 
2,525 



2 
5,500 

114,407 
7,254 
4,700 



666 

t. 

8,615,545 

11,512 

'7)550)213 



141,594 
101,065 

609,915 
609,025 
97,224 

110,004,909 
414,995 
168,885 



25 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOVESTIC IERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE FROGRAU: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



C ii i illty 
code Ho. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Set 

quantity 



Value 
(dollera) 



Shipping 
weight 

(pounds J 



Commodity 
coda Ho. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



COBjBOdlty description and unit 
of quantity 



Vet 

quantity 



Value 
(doll are) 



-"-ppit; 
welfht 

(pounds, 



B42600 
8*2700 
812800 



642901 
842902 

842905 



842912 
84291S 

842919 
842998 
843000 



843105 
843105 
845198 
843200 



843300 
843400 

848500 



843820 
843898 
844200 



8S0903 
850905 
8S0917 

850819 
8509 2S 

8S0996 



851510 
851S20 
851560 
651580 

851900 



653101 
853103 
853105 



654CKV 

855106 



Lb. 



G5O0P 8 CHEMICALS AND 

HELATED PRODUCTS — Continued 

PIGMENTS, PAINTS AND 
VARHTSSES— Continued 

Chemical pigmente— Continued 
White lead- 
Dry (basic lead carbonate). Lb 

In oil Lb 

Titanium dioxide and 

titanium pigments Lb 

Other chemical pigments — 

Cadmium lithopone Lb 

Cadmium sulfide Lb 

Chrome pigaents containing 
10? or more chromium, 
including chromium oxide, 
chromic oxide (chrome 
green) , lead chromate 
(chrome yellow) and zinc 

chromate 

Cobalt oxide Lb, 

Lead pigments — 

Orange mineral Lb 

Sublimed lead (basic 

sulfate ) , dry Lb, 

Zinc sulfide Lb 

Other chemical pigments. .. .Lb. 
Bituminous paints, liquid and 

plastic 

Paste and semipaste paint colors 
in oil, putty and paste wood 
filler • 

Bed lead in oil Lb 

Sublimed lead In oil Lb 

Other Lb, 

Keleomlne or cold-water paints, 

dry Lb 

Nitrocellulose (pyroxylin) 
Lacquers i 

Pigmented Oal 

Clear Gal 

Thinners for nitrocellulose 

lacquers Gal 

Beady-mixed paints, stains, 
and enamels i 
Containing radium in any 

form Gal 

Containing mesothorium Gal 

Other Gal 

Varnishes Gal 

FERTILIZEBS AND FERTILIZER 
MATERIALS 



Nitrogenous fertiliser 
materials i 

Ammonium sulphate Lb. 

Other nitrogenous chemicals 
materials — 

Calcium cyanamide Lb. 

Calcium nitrate Lb. 

Sodium nitrate (black soda 

powder). Lb. 

Sodium nitrate, n.e.s Lb. 

Drea , Lb. 

Nitrogenous chemical 

materials, n.e.s Lb. 

Nitrogenous organic waste 

materials Lb. 

Phosphatic fertiliser materials. 
Phosphate rock — 
Florida— 

High-grade hard rock Ton 

Land pebble Ton 

Other Ton 

Tennessee, Idaho, and 

Montana rock Ton 

Superphosphate (standard 
superphosphate 20 percent 
available phoephoric acid 

equivalent ) Ton 

Other phosphate materials . . . .Lb. 
Potasalc fertiliser material I 

Potassium chloride Lb. 

Potassium sulfate Lb. 

Pot aawium nirtil ! ler materials 
containing 27* or more 
potassium oxide (KsO) equiv- 
alent, n.e.s. (2S*aaO content 

eqol Talent basis ) Lb. 

Other (25*r.t0 content 

equivalent basis ) Lb. 

Nitrogenous phosphatic types — Lb. 
Prepared fertiliser mixtures 
containing 25 w or more ammonium 
nitrate, ammonium phosphate, 
ammonium sulfate, sodium 

nitrate, or urea Lb. 

Prepared fertiliser mixtures, 
n.e.s Lb. 



14,249 

1,940,491 



320,545 
17,800 



299,201 



329,494 

1,850,174 

95,976 



40,269 
126,651 



60,995 



16 
175,786 



291,876 



4,940 



1,091,930 



9,880,513 
136,250 



21, 911 

60,897 

987 



63,164 



17,906,840 
500,160 



1,471 
192,364 



12,320 



64,142 
34,832 



75,899 
115,076 

34,752 
231,727 
22,018 



101,364 
209,623 



58,193 



321 
298,773 



431,864 



1,745 



24,275 



372,442 

10,388 



148,881 

354,552 
6,050 



2,411,269 



288,186 

8,799 



IS ,074 
2,085,735 



20*322 



334,571 
987,201 

346,997 

1,970,808 
112,207 



440,356 
1,177,751 



216 
2,177,865 



2,788,532 



5,495 



1,102,869 



10,227,657 
151,850 



IB .063.000 

137,306,200 
2,209,800 



GBDCP 8. — CHEM ICALS AMD 
BELATED FaDDUCTS — Continued 



EXPLOSIVES, FUSES, ETC. 



860101 
860103 
860400 



id:-. -.1 
860902 
860903 

860908 

95 X'j- 



s^:«:i 

8609 S3 
860955 
860959 



141,746,924 



18,150,477 
508,365 



15,640,000 
M .000 



809,178 
18,752 



IS, 788, 840 
96S.760 



=ca:: 
B62M0 



871000 
871200 
871300 
871600 
871800 
871900 

872400 



872900 
875400 
878500 

874000 
874200 



875000 
875100 
87S2O0 

875500 
87S600 
875700 
875900 
876200 
876500 
876600 
877000 



900050 
900180 
900150 

900281 

900285 
900288 

9lW58 



900800 
MOSOO 
900600 



900830 

900640 
B008SC 



908.000 

901100 
911200 



911710 

911-20 



Exolosives, fuses, etc 

Explosives! 

Smokeless powder Lb. 

Cordite So. D Lb. 

Dynamite Lb. 

Other explosives! 

Commercial explosives! 

Blasting gelatin .Lb. 

Cell gnite J, c. 

Similar explosive 

compounds Lb. 

Lead oxide Lb. 

Nitroglycerin Lb. 

Nitro-ctarch. Lb. 

Kitromannite Lb. 

Nitrocellulose Lb. 

Tetryl Lb. 

Trinitrotoluene Lb. 

Items enumerated in category 
VTI of President's Procla- 
mation of May 1, 1957... Lb. 

Pentollte Lb. i 

Other explosives Lb. 

Fusee and blasting caps : 

Safety fuses Lin. ft. 

Blasting cape Mb. 

SOAP AND TOILET PSEFASATIOKS 

Soap! 

Medicated Lb. 

Toilet or fancy .Lb. 

Laundry .Lb, 

Powdered or flaked .Lb. 

Shaving creams Lb, 

Shaving cakes, powders, and 
sticks .Lb. 

Scouring bricks, pastes, 
powders, soaps, and house- 
hold washing powders .Lb. 

Other so ape .Lb. 

Dental creams Lb. 

Other dentifrices Lb. 

Toilet powders: 

Talcum powder, In packages 

Face and compact powder 

Cream, rouges and other 
cosmetics! 

Cold creams Lb. 

Vanishing creams Lb. 

Other creams, lotions and 



97,627,160 
44,565,567 

88,100 



27,811,797 
4,487,280 



124,582,272 
52,176,887 

44,196 



2,400 
1,002,849 

50,000 



405 

212,826 

46,195 



2,640 

1,160,913 

54,680 



526,711 

5,078 

IBS ,124, 059 



5,067,550 
2,818,760 



70,992,789 
24,727,869 



2,610 
205,544 

,976,961 
1S.516 
28,125 

600 



76,061 

195,101 

54,180 

8,185 



Sou gee 

Lip sticks 

Other cosmetics 

Manicuring preparations 

Depilatories and deodorants. 

Hair preparations 

Perfumery and toilet waters. 
Other toilet preparations . . . 



GROUP 9 MTSCELLANECCS 

PHOTOGRAPHIC AMD PROJECTION GOODS., 
Cameras: 

Mot ion-pic rure — 

Standard gauge (85 am.) so. 

Substandard gauge (16 mm.). So, 
Substandard smugs (8 ea.h.abi 
Other than motioa-plcture— 
Aerial cameras (aircraft 

instruments) No, 

Aerial cameras, n.e.s No. 

Gun cameras No. 

Studio, photoengraving, 
coin-operated, and 
almllar types of cameras 
for professional , scientific, 

or commercial use No. 

Box type (set focus) No. 

Other No. 

Parts of cameras, except lenses... 
Motion-picture projectors : 
Standard gauge (8S,am. '..,.. .No. 
Substandard gauge (16 ma. — 

Silent Ho. 

Sound. .....................No. 

Substandard gauge (6 mm.), 

silent No, 

Motion-picture sound equipment: 

according 

Reproducing 

Stereoptlcons, magic lanterns, 

and other projection apparatus.., 
Motion-picture films i 

Sensitised, not exposed (S5smt)— 

Positive, film Lin. ft. 

Negative film Lin.ft. 

Sensitised, not exposed (16 mm.)— 
Positive film Lin.ft. 



2,054 

7,261 
92 



470 

IIS 



10,987,618 
5,255,809 

4,804,665 



147,546 

1,008 

25,280,174 



1,725,977 
427,124 



tnjcas 

947,455 



560 

242,705 

505,684 

677 

20,795 

762 



15,701 

24,655 

14,779 

7,658 

205 



1^75^518,894 



25,486 
14,879 
7,116 



2,815,520 



98,082 

"ii'isi 

12,822 

45,620 
118,010 



88,830 

89,477 



576,895 



147,575 
85,622 



97,878 



;..,tt 

5,078 

2U ,409 ,567 



3,081 ,11! 

8,272,616 



1,545,887 
526,884 



2,950 
1,449,588 
4,272,782 

7,529 
61,250 

1,082 



s, 4;: 

225,555 
61,250 
16,870 

5,869 



12,518 



2,2B2,S74,546 



5,050 

1,128 



::;,o4i 

510,041 
5 165 



15,621 

"i'.iai 

122,156 
6,082 

25,248 
St, OH 



28,032 



144,587 



61,066 
26,548 

86,827 



26 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOV.ESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROORAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Scha- 

dule B) 



911750 

-111-6.1 



912120 
912121 
9121 JO 
9121 51 

9121*0 

9121*1 
912180 
912161 



912170 
912171 
912180 

912181 

912190 
912191 
912200 
912201 

912520 



912521 
912550 

912551 
912540 

912541 

912560 

912561 



912570 
912571 
912580 

912581 

912590 
912591 
912400 
912401 



912500 

912610 
912690 
912700 
912900 

914000 



914200 
914550 

914595 

914598 

914700 

914950 
914950 
914998 
91S000 
915200 
915500 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 9.— MISCELLANEOUS— Cont. 

PH0T00RAPH1C AND PROJECTION 

GOODS— Continued 

Notion-picture fllae: — Continued 

Negative film Lin. ft . 

Sensitised, not exposed 
(8aa<.)- 

Posltlve film Lin. ft. 

Negative file. Un.ft. 

Exposed Motion-picture film* — 
Negative- 
Features, 55 an. (4000 

linear feet or over)Lln.ft. 
Features, 55 mm. (4000 

linear feet or over No. 

Features, 16 am. (1600 
linear feet or over)Lln.ft. 
features, 16 an. (1600 
linear feet or over).... No. 
Short subjects, 55 mm. 
(less than 4000 linear 

feet) Lin. ft. 

Short subjects, 55 an. 
(less than 4000 linear 

feet) No. 

Short subjects, 16 an. 
(less than 1600 linear 

feet) Lin. ft. 

Short subjects, 16 mm. 
(less than 1600 linear 

feet) No. 

Neve reels Lin. ft. 

Newsreele No. 

Trailers, inserts, and 

replacements Lin. ft. 

Trailers , inserts , and 

replacements No. 

Negative 8 ma. film.. Lin. ft. 

Negative 8 ma. film No. 

Sound track Lin. ft. 

Sound track No. 

Positive— 
Features, 55 ma. (4000 
linear feet or 

over) Lin. ft. 

Features, 55 mm. (4000 

linear feet or over) No. 

Features, 16 mm. (1600 
linear feet or 

over) Lin. ft. 

Features, 16 an. (1600 

linear feet or over).... No. 
Short subjects, 55 an. 
(less than 4000 Lin. 

ft.) Un.ft. 

Short subjects, 35 am. 
(lesa than 4000 linear 

feat) No. 

Short eujecta, 16 mm. 
(lest than 1600 linear 

feet) Lin. ft . 

Short subjects, 16 ma. 
(less than 1600 linear 

feet) No. 

Nevsreele Lin. ft. 

Newereels No. 

Trailers, Inserts, and 

replacements Lin. ft. 

Trailers, inserts, and 

replacements No. 

Positive 8 am. film. .Un.ft. 

Positive 8 mm. film No. 

Sound track Un.ft. 

Sound track No. 

Other sensitised films, not 
exposed i 

Cartridge or rolls No, 

Packs of sheets — 

1-rsy No. 

Other No. 

Dry plates Doz. 

Photographic papsr Lb. 

Other photographic apparatus 
and supplies 



SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL IN- 
STRUKENTS, APPARATUS, AND SUPPLIES 
Optical goods i 

Ophthalmic lenses Pair 

Sun or glare glasses and 

sun goggles 

Nice spectacles or 

eyegl asses 

Other spectacles, eyeglasses, 
goggles, lenses, n.e.e., 

and frames 

Optical lenses, not fitted 

to instruments No 

Binoculars No 

Microscopes and accessories.... 

Other optical goods 

Dental instruments 

Teeth No. 

Precious metals fqr dentistry.. 



Net 
quantity 



2,218,845 
168,850 



10,000 

1 



50,000 

200 

152,650 



697 

15,500 

25 



89,812 
10 



1,428,458 
5,696 

1,5S4,708 
9,511 



668 

9 

88,200 

1,960 



. S5.479 

560,225 

155,745 

29,875 

1,502,689 



445 
25,614 



978,502 



Value 
(dollars) 



59,988 
5,254 



17,819 



1,155 



2,717 



20,842 



27,172 



15 
5,750 



225,780 

92,355 

105,965 

101,946 

1,042,824 

1,067,9S9 



108,925 



150,219 

25,411 
1,345,642 
5S7.460 
174,625 
265,021 
515,780 
118 



Shipping 
■eight 
(pounds) 



10,562 
1,467 



5,904 



1,502 



9,510 



17,765 



52 
'2,450 



164,798 

97,582 

105,582 

579,077 

1,785,521 

695,941 



15,957 



29,015 

478 
140,414 
62,550 
47,888 
160,510 
2,647 
64 



Commodity 
code No 
(Sche- 
dule 8) 



915550 
915590 
91S600 
915700 
915800 



915901 
915905 

915905 
91S907 
915908 

915909 



91S921 
915925 
9 159 25 

915927 
915928 



91S941 
915945 
91S945 



915947 
915948 

915951 
915955 

91S95S 
915958 
915959 

915961 
915968 
915971 
91S979 



916011 
916013 
916015 
916017 
916019 
916021 
916029 



919050 
919055 
91905S 
919057 

919069 
919061 

919065 
919065 

919067 
919069 

919071 
919075 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantl ty 



,H . 



. t. . 



CROUP 9.— MISCELLANEOUS— Cont. 

SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL 

INSTRUMENTS, APPARATUS, AND 

SUPPLIES— Continued 

Dental office equipment 

Other dental supplies, n.e.a 

Sterilisers No. 

Surgical and medical instruments.. 

Surgical appliances 

Military equipment apparatus, 
and parts, containing optical 
elements, including fire 
control instruments: 
Directors and parts: 

HS-37 mn. gun 

M5, U.S.1M6, Br.j-40 mm. 

gun 

M7 - 90 mm. gun No. 

M3A4-3.7 inch gun No. 

Directors, n.e.s No. 

Parts and accessories for 

directors 

Finders, height and range, and 
parts: 
Infantry range finders. .. .No. 
Artillery range finders.. .No. 
Height finders, 

stereoscopic No . 

Height finders, coincidence^. 
Height and range finders, 

n.e.s No. 

Parts and accessories for 
height and range finders 
Sights except bomb sights : 

Aircraft gun sights No. 

Tan sights No 

Oun sight a, rifle and machine, 
Including telescopic 

sights No 

Artillery eights No 

Sights, n.e.s No. 

Telescopee and periscopes : 

Telescopic, flank spotting. No. 
Teleecopes, BC. Battery 

command No. 

Periscopes No. 

Telescopes No . 

Parts and accessories for sight, 

telescopes, and periscopes 

Fire control equipment sets.. No. 
Fire control equipment, n.e.s... 

Aiming circles No. 

Other military equipment con- 
taining precision optical 

systems 

Surveying and engineering 
instruments, equipment and parts t 

Transits No. 

Levels No. 

Compasses No. 

Plane tables No. 

Map reproduction equipment 

Drawing equipment 

Other surveying and engineering 
instruments, equipment and 

parts ; 

Other scientific, laboratory, and 
professional Instruments and 
apparatus 1 
Measuring machines for measuring 
or inspecting precision parts 
for use in the metal-working 
industries by optical mesne.. No. 
Testing machines: Tendon, 
ductility, compression, hard- 
ness, torsion, and flaw- 
testing machines No. 

Radio ground equipment used 
for the direction and 

naviagation of aircraft 

Military equipment, apparatus, and 
parts not containing optical 
elements, including fire control 
instruments 1 

Asianth lnstruaenta No. 

Drif teeter No. 

Lead computers No. 

Navigational Instruments, ex- 
cept marine chramometere. ...No. 

Range finder trainers No. 

Control apparatus for 

positioning guns 

Fuse setters No. 

Gyroscopic stabilising 

elements No. 

Gunners and range goadranta. .No. 
Magnetic and gyroscopic 

compasaes No. 

Platting boards No. 

All apparatus or parts for 
detecting, sighting or detaralnlng 
position of a surface, sub- 
surface, or aerial target a 

Bange correction board No. 



Nat 
quantity 



6,507 



1,4S1 

224 

4,098 



1*,1S1 
12,618 



178 

288 

701 

7 



5,724 



1,146 



224 
16,410 



1,095 
547 



Value 
(dollara) 



581,619 
849,101 
889,907 
5,128,718 
680,687 



212,934 

527,209 

95,480 

4,515,111 

18,425,615 

10,736,585 



9,594 
24,919 



210,305 
195,509 



48,823 
56,657 



251,449 

22S,63S 

5,188,707 



9,892 

759,049 

1,92*,S05 

3,477,277 

500 

2,390,500 

195,460 



188,008 



21,544 
35,106 
12,044 
1,400 
15,215 
17,428 



151,764 

78,846 

188,882 
L24,6S9,2S9 

299,908 
95,784 



38,746 
3,605 



125,574 
190,067 



2,683,614 
4,825 



20,077,520 
3,352 



Shi [-pi nK 
weight 
(pounds) 



285,090 

950,352 

1,097,214 

1,114,089 

643,505 



86,599 

145,879 

9,500 

272,425 

3,569,938 

2,118,706 



1,404 
5,108 



44,270 
38,787 



6,105 
4,794 



48,310 

56,400 

981,674 



811 
160,389 
253,131 

1,183,120 

98 

957,339 

IS, 482 



34,585 



2,593 
7,566 
665 
570 
77,054 
2,405 



613, 4S4 

10,419 

69,027 
28,676,068 

189,610 
29,995 



35,685 
1,095 



43,074 
58,561 



1,2S5,2SS 
2,166 



5,591,220 
452 



27 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALtNDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
quantity 



Value 
(dollare) 



!.-.it?i-Tg 
'pounds) 



919082 
913085 



919087 
919089 



919095 
919091 
9190*5 



919096 
919098 



921100 
921200 
925000 
925200 

925500 
925600 
925900 
924200 

924500 
924700 
924800 
929500 
929500 
929700 



950100 
950200 

950410 
950420 
950550 
9505 SO 
950800 

950900 
951000 
951200 
951500 
951900 
952100 
952200 
952900 
959100 
959200 
959500 
959900 



940000 
940500 
940800 

940900 
941000 
941800 



942. .X' 
942100 
942200 
945500 
945400 



MMOO 

944000 
944100 
944S00 
944900 
845000 



GHDUP 9 SGSCELLAieODS— Cont. 

SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL 

INSTRUMENTS, APPARATUS, AND 

SUPPLIES— Continued 

Uilitary equipment, apparatus, and 
parts not containing optical 
elements, including fire control 
instruments — Continued 

Range keepers or other ballistic 
computing mechanisms 

Self -synchronous transmitters 
and indicators, such as selsyus 
and syncro units and switch- 
boards therefore, except aircraft 

Sound and flash ranging 
apparatus 

Sound locaters for aircraft and 
binaural trainers therefore, 
for ground use 

Gas masks, except oxygen masks 
used in high altitude flying, 
oxygen tents, and gas and oxygen 
administering equipment No. 

Submarine listening devices 

Tachometers, except aircraft. No. 

Aircraft pilot trainers, for 
ground instruction of pilots, 
student pilots, and combat 
crews in instrument flying, 
navigation, bombing, or gunnery . No. 

Parts of aircraft pilot trainers. 

Other scientific, laboratory, 
and professional instruments 
and apparatus 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

Pianos: 

New 

Used or rebuilt 

Pipe organs 

Other organs 

Phonographs t 

Coin-operated 

Other 

Phonograph parts 

Phonograph records 

Band instruments t 

Percussion 

Brass-wind Instruments 

Wood-wind instruments. 

String instruments 

Other musical Instruments 
Musical instrument parts and 
accessories, n.e.e 



562,073 

267,321 
2,172 

5,546 



1,515,558 
44,051 
4,912 



2,541,285 
1,564,044 



9,575,509 



480 

575 

5,045 



MISCELLANEOUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 

Mechanical pencils t 

Of plastic materials Doz. 

Of other materials Do z . 

Pencils, not mechanical: 

Of black lead Gross 

Other Gross 

Pencil leads Gross 

Pencil parts 

Crayons Gross 

Fountain and stylographic pens i 

Of plastic materials Dos. 

Of other materials Doz. 

Parts 

Metallic pen points Gross 

Other penholders and parts 

Writing ink 

Printing and lithographic ink . .Lb 

Other ink 

Pasts and mucilage Lb 

Carbon paper Lb. 

Typewriter ribbons Dos 

Other office supplies 



15,269 

8,920 

106,057 



27,711 
13,824 
60,505 



4,797 



4,251 



25,818 



56,451 



1,187 

55,920 

255 



1,755 
11,576 

4,106 

40 

26,955 

6,708 

212 

58,618 

1,396 
50,036 



1015, ATHLETIC AND SPORTING GOODS 

Dolls, children's wheel goods, 
and toys i 

Dolls and parts 

Children's wheel goods and parts 

Mechanical toys and parts 

Toys, except mechanical — 

Of metal 

Of wood 

Other toys and parts, except 

rubber 

Athletic and sporting goods i 

Fishing rods No. 

Fishing reels No. 

Other fishing tackle and parts.. 

Golf balls Dos. 

Foot, basket, base, tennis, and 

other balls 

Other athletic and sporting goods - 

Qolf clubs No. 

Ice skates Pair 

Roller skates Pair 

Billiard tables and accessor! 

Other 

Amusement park and playground 
devices and parts 



513 

1,957 
182 



28,407 



159,540 
735 



1,271,658 
15,817 
1,227 



1,579,659 
660,270 



416 

47 

5,856 



54,027 
21,264 

72,799 



9,348 



2,520 

5,068 

5,894 

466 

48,515 

13,844 

1,569 

64,072 

759 

104,025 



5,654 

2,100 
108 



64,4.04 



88,720 



946001 
946003 
946005 
946007 
946009 
946029 

946051 



947004 
947005 
947006 
947007 
947008 

947009 

947100 
947221 
947222 

947225 

947224 

947225 

947227 

947228 
947259 

947300 

947701 

947703 

947705 

947707 

947711 

947715 

947715 

947717 

947721 

947723 



94772S 
947729 



947731 
947733 
9477SS 
947737 

947758 

947741 

947742 

947745 

94774S 

947748 

948749 
947750 
947752 
947754 



GROUP 9.— MISCELLANEOUS— Cont. 

MISCELLANEOUS MTLITAKI EQUIPMENT 

Miscellaneous military equipment 
Bridges and bridge building 

equipment and parte 

Engineers: 

Cable bridges No. 

Foot bridges No . 

Portable ferries No. 

Bridge pontoons No. 

Bridge, n.e.s No. 

Parts and accessories for 

bridges building 

Kitchen BBSs and field 

baking equipment 

Military equipage, n.e.s. 

Firearms, Ammunition and 
fireworks 
Firearms and ordnance, except 
fire control equipment i. 
Revolvers and pistols: 

.22 caliber No. 

.52 caliber No. 

.38 caliber Ho. 

.45 caliber No. 

Other revolvers and pistols, 

n.e.s No. 

Parts and accessories for 

revolvers and pistols 

Small arms equipment 

Rifles, .22 caliber No. 

Rifles, .50 caliber 

carbine Ml No. 

Rifles, .30 caliber Ml 

Garand and Johnson No. 

Rifles, .50 caliber M1905, 
Springfield and M1917, 

Enfield So. 

Rifles, .303 caliber, Lee 

Enfield So. 

Anti-tank rifles, .55 caliber, 

Boys No. 

Other rifles, n.e.s He. 

Parts and accessories for 

rifles 

Shotguns No. 

Automatic arms and parts : 
Machine gune, .50 caliber, 

aircraft No. 

Machine guns, .503 caliber, 

aircraft No. 

Machine guns, .50, 

aircraft No. 

Machine guns, .50 caliber, 

ground and tank No. 

Machine gune, .503 caliber, 

ground and tank No. 

Machine guns, .50 caliber, 

ground and tank No. 

Machine guns, .5 inch 

caliber, navy No. 

Sub machine guns,. 45 caliber 

Thompson No. 

Sub-machine guns, 9 mm. 

caliber No. 

Automatic rifles, .30 caliber, 
m 1918 and ml918A„ 

Browning No. 

Other 'automatic arms, n.e.s. No. 
Parts and accessories for 
automatic arms, including 
mounts, barrels, and adaptors.. 
Infantry support weapons 
and parts: 

2 inch mortars No. 

60 mm mortars No. 

3 inch mortars No . 

81 mm. mortars, not self- 
propelled No. 

81 mm. mortars, self- 
propelled No. 

57 mm. anti-tank equipment 
guns, not self -propelled.. No. 

57 mm. anti-tank equipment 
guns, self-propelled No. 

2 pounder, 40 mm. anti-tank 
equipment guns No. 

6pounder, 57 am. anti-tank 
equipment guns, not self- 
propelled No. 

6 pounder, 57 mm. anti-tank 
equipment-guns, self- 
propelled No. 

75 mm. anti-tank 
equipment -guns No. 

5 inch anti-tank equipment 
guns, not self propelled.. No. 

5 inch anti-tank equipment 
guns, self-propelled No. 

Other infantry support 

weapons, n.e.s 

guns No. 



136,840 
16,186 



419 
10,542 

4 

269 
219,427 

6,020 

1,117 

4,780 

25,596 

25S 

S7 

5,389 

1,004 
104,429 



65,107 
14,303,308 



4,018,743 



696,965 

19,175,438 



5,247,531 
674,454 

13,610 

188,065 

1,122,673 

4,545 

532,413 

172 

11,105 
10,816,7SS 

31,612 

1,060,252 

58,355 

1,196,975 



9,295,075 

52,243 

37,796 

1,760,152 

528,776 

9,420,611 

2,698 

4,600 

15,430,221 

67,186 

132,916 

SSO 

525,969 

376,958 

184,329 



SS ,296 ,467 



124,815 

125,215,515 



35,457 ,855 



2,992,002 
295,696,716 



73,807 

2,058 

35,750 
9,500,485 

4,510 

106,600 
97 



3,816 
3,794,582 

20,672 

1,226,861 
13,592 

262,685 

5,396,868 

52,875 

25,000 

1,016,515 

387,712 

2,628,833 



560 
1,130 



10,655,861 

"'2s',is6 

52,222 

260 

125,449 

1,369,040 

S2.148 



41,67S,599 



28 



IT'ITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOIT/STIC MERCHANDISE UN'DER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
cod* No. 

(Sche- 
dule B) 



947801 

947802 
94780S 
94780S 
947807 
947811 
947813 
947815 

947817 
947821 

947822 

94782S 

947824 

94782S 
947827 
9478S1 
9478 S3 

947835 
947837 
947841 
947843 
947845. 

947849 



947853 

9478S5 
947857 
947858 
947859 



947861 
947862 
947863 
947864 
94786S 
947867 
947871 
947873 
947875 
947877 

947879 



947903 
947905 



947911 
947913 



9*7917 
947921 
947925 



947931 
947933 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



CROUP 9 MISCELLANEOUS— Cont, 

FIREARMS, AMMUNITION AND 
FINOIOBKS— Cont lined 

Firearms, ansaunition and fire- 
works — Continued 
Infantry support weapons and 
parts — Continued 
Parts and accessories for 
Infantry support weapons , 

Including carriages 

Field artillery and parts i 
75 mo. guns, not self- 
propelled No, 

75 mm. guns self-propelled. No, 

16 pounder guns No 

25 pounder guns No, 

4.S inch guns No, 

4.7 inch guns No, 

6 inch guns No . 

155 mm. guns, new and 

modernised No , 

8 inch guns No, 

75 on. howitzers, field and 
pack, not self-propelled. .No, 
75 aan. howitsers, self- 
propelled No, 

105 son. howltsere , not self- 
propelled No , 

105 am. howitzers, self- 
propelled No, 

4.S inch howitsers No, 

5.5 inch howitzers No, 

6 inch howitzers No 

155 mm. howitzers , new and 

modernized No 

7.2 inch howitsers No 

8 inch howitsers No 

240 mm. howitzers No, 

9.2 inch howitzers No 

Other field artillery 

n.e.s No, 

Parts and accessories for 
field artillery, including 
carriages , adaptors , limbers 

and caissons 

Coast and railway artillery and 
parts: • 

Seacoast guns, 6,6,9.2, 12, 

14, and 16 inch No 

Railway guns, 8, 9.2, 12, 

and 14 inch No 

12 inch howitzers No 

12 inch mortare No 

16 inch howitzers No 

Parts and accessories for 
coast and railway artillery. 
Anti-aircraft artillery and 
parts, except naval artilleryi 
57 mm. M1A2 guns, wheeled. .No 
.30 caliber machine guns... No 

40 nsn. guns No 

.50 caliber machine guns... No 

3 inch guns No 

90 mm. guns No 

5.7 inch guns No 

4.7 inch guns No 

105 mm. guns No 

Other anti-aircraft artillery 

n.e.s No 

Parts and accessories for 
anti-aircraft artillery, 
including barrels and 

carriages 

Aircraft aramament and parts, 
except machine guns and 
anti-aircraft artilleryi 
20 mm. Hispano Suiza Ml 

aircraft guns No 

37 mm. m4 aircraft guns.... No 
Other aircraft armament, 

n.e.s No 

Parts and accessories for 
aircraft armament, including 

mounts and barrels 

Tank armament and parts except 
machine gun: 
37 mm. tank guns No 

2 pounder, 40 mm, tank 

guns No 

6 pounder, 57 mm. tank 

guns No 

75 mm. tank guns No 

3 inch tank guns No 

Other tank armament, 



. He 



Parts and accessories for 
tank armament, including 

mounts No, 

Naval artillery and parts i 

20 nun. Oerlixon guns, anti- 
aircraft No, 

40 mm. Bofors, guns, anti- 
aircraft, twin and quadruple 
mounts Ho 



Net 
quantity 



10S 

J J 

loo 



2,137 
2,262 



Value 
(dollars) 



26,335,197 



2,878,910 
1,991,340 

4,498,512 
952,046 
860,568 

5,428,516 



2,679,860 



2,117,914 
2,756,419 



31,917 



11,026,131 



299 ,628 

5,947 

44,966,068 

2,064,561 

144,318 

6,588,357 

453,600 
78,750 

3,777,718 



11,154,388 

6,929,S28 

208,679 

3,000 

7,267,828 

73,128 



84,000 
26,718 

6,787,185 

7,765,388 

395,800 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



24,128,169 



2,426,009 
1,550,957 

911,029 

206,584 

207,045 

4,781,337 



333,622 



559,966 
692,303 



28,442 



10,765,409 



103,010 

923 

26,422,788 

1,619,738 

118,860 

2,430,711 

292J697 
50,000 

6,902,550 



10,387,865 

1,061,484 
26,956 

948 

2,983,804 
14,194 



62,800 
4,970 

3,800,062 

3,686,699 

181,600 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
duel B) 



947935 
947937 
947941 
947943 



947945 
947947 
947951 
947953 
947955 
947957 
947961 
947963 
947965 
947967 
947971 



948101 
948103 

948105 
948107 

948111 
948113 
948115 
948117 
948119 
948121 

948123 
948125 
948127 
948128 
948130 
948132 
948136 
948138 



948139 

948140 
948141 
948143 
948145 
948147 

948151 
948153 
948155 



948161 
948162 
948163 

948165 

948169 



948201 
948203 



948207 
948211 

948213 
948215 

148217 
948219 
9482a 
948223 
948224 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 9. — MISCELLANEOUS— Cont. 

FI iff ARMS, AMMUNITION AND 
FI KEHORKS— Continued 

Firearms, ammunition and fire- 
works — Continued 
Naval artillery and parts — Cont, 
1.1 inch guns, anti- 
aircraft No. 

3 inch 50 caliber guns, anti- 
aircraft No. 

5 inch 25 caliber guns, anti- 
aircraft No. 

5 inch 38 caliber guns, anti- 
aircraft including twin 
mount , single base ring 
and single pedestal No. 

2 pounder 40 mm. guns No. 

3 pounder guns No. 

12 pounder guns No. 

3 inch 23 caliber guns No. 

4 inch, British type, guns. No. 

4 inch 50 caliber guns No. 

4.7 inch guns No. 

5 inch 51 caliber guns No. 

5 inch 54 caliber guns No. 

Y guns No. 

Naval guns, n.e.s. including 

6 inch 47 caliber, 8 Inch 
55 caliber, 12 inch 50 
caliber, 16 inch 45 caliber 

and 16 inch 50 caliber No. 

Parts and accessories for 
naval guns, including 

mounts 

Ammunition for small arms 
.60 caliber and under t 
.22 caliber 

Balls Round 

Tracers Round 

9 mm. 

Balls Round 

Tracers Round 

.30 caliber i 

Balls Round 

Tracers Round 

Armor piercing Round 

Grenade cartridges Round 

Carbine Round 

I neendiary Round 

.303 caliber 

Balls Round 

Tracers Round 

Armor piercing Round 

Incendiary Round 

Balls .32 caliber Round 

Balls .38 caliber Round 

Balls .45 caliber Round 

Magazines for .22, .32, and 

.45 caliber ammunition No. 

.455 caliber: 

Balls Round 

.50 caliber: 

Balls Round 

Tracers Round 

Armor piercing Round 

Explosive Round 

Incendiary Round 

.5 inch caliber, navy: 

Balls Round 

Tracers Round 

Armor piercing Round 

.55 caliber: 

Armor piercing Round 

7.92 mm: 

Balls Round 

Shot gun shells No. 

Ammunition for small arms, 

n.e.s Round 

Link and belts for small arms 

ammunition No. 

Components for small arms 

ammunition 

Ammunition for infantry support 
weapons and tank guns , under 
75 mm: 

2 inch mortar: 

Mortar shells No. 

Chemical shells No. 

60 mm mortar: 

Mortar shells No . 

3 inch mortar: 

Mortar shells No. 

Chemical shells No. 

81 mm. mortars : 

Mortar shells No. 

Chemical shells No. 

37 mm. tank and anti-tank gun: 

Armor piercing shells. .. .No. 

Semi-armor piercingsrells.No. 

Armor piercing shot No. 

High explosive shells. ...No. 

Canister shells No. 

2 pounder, 40 mm. tank and 
anti-tank gun: 



Net 
quantity 



32,979,472 
90,000 

34,356,000 
25,536 

115,944,256 
77,081,982 
324,728,096 
3,975,870 
60,009,950 
23,662,900 

223,056,140 
456,000 



419,000 

285, S00 

10Cy055,78S 



45,052,247 
16,240,935 
72,684,650 
1,760,000 
64,589,001 



3,700,720 
662,775 



19,095,163 
122,882,509 



1,343,600 

39,472 

857,036 



106,101 
10,969 



338,627 



418,430 
846,180 
162,420 



Value 

(dollars) 



3,326,684 



3,476 



278,633 
6,911,192 



144,271 
S64 

995,042 
105,221 

5,890,785 
5,246,255 
33,559,005 
726,931 
1,882,520 
2,391,363 

9,943,867 
32,629 



18,598 

7,386 

3,557,584 



7,964,540 
3,536,078 

14,674,380 
330,624 

12,582,069 



188,090 
18,383 

1,208,707 

1,560,259 

708,272 



2,401,728 

298,479 

3,486,597 



688,917 
99,493 



1,196,466 



1,382,595 

2,361,083 

454,643 



Snipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



2,461,063 



2,326 



750,703 
7,245,380 



278,179 
76S 

1,025,499 
171,304 

8,414,273 
5,904,164 
25,055,303 
628,560 
2,002,684 
1,965,487 

15,170,873 
34,846 



29,542 

12,134 

5,230,223 



14,202,845 
5,783,882 
23,999,841 
560,000 
20,533,479 



364,457 
82,352 

1,874,370 

4,737,464 

1,674,44% 



4,628,031 

227,793 

11,52S,373 



1,426,087 
223,212 



1,642,023 



2,182,631 

3,507,375 

848,830 



29 



UNITED STATES EXTORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND LEASE-PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
cod* No. 

(Scho- 
duls B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
quantity 



Value 
(doll are) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



Commodity 
code Ho. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Set 
quantity 



•eight 

-■: .rtts 



948225 
948227 
948251 



948233 
948235 
948227 



946501 
948502 

948503 
948505 
948507 

948311 
948313 
948515 
948317 
948521 

948323 
94832S 

948527 
948329 
948531 

948355 

948S55 

948557 

948341 
948343 
948345 

948347 
948351 
948353 

948355 

9483S7 



948385 
948565 

948566 

948367 
948368 
948572 

948378 
948374 

9*8575 

948576 
948577 

948578 
948381 

948382 
948385 

948384 
948S8S 

948386 
948387 



948591 
948592 



.No. 



QBOUP 9 lUSCELLANBOUS— Cont. 

FIHEABC, AlOiDTIITION AND 
FIBKHOKS — Continued 

Firearms , ammunition and fire- 
works — Continued 
Ammunition for infantry support 
weapons and tank guns, under 
75 mm — Continued 
2 pounder, 40 mm. tank and 
anti-tank gun — Continued 
Armor piercing shells.... No 

Armor piercing shot No. 

High explosive shells. .. .No. 
6 pounder, 57 mm. tank and 
anti-tank gum 

Armor piercing shot No. 

High explosive shells. ...No 
Ammunition for infantry 
support weapons and tank 

guns, n.e.s 

Components for infantry 
support weapon and tank gun 

amnunltion 

Ammunition for field, aeacoast, 
and railway artillery 75 mm. 
and over: 
75 ™" gun i 

Armor piercing shot No. 

Semi armor piercing 

s hells No. 

High explosive shells. .. .No. 

Chemical shells No. 

Shrapnel No. 

18 pounder gum 

Armor piercing shot Kb. 

Semi armor piercing shot. No. 
High explosive sheila. ...No, 

Chemical shells No. 

Shrapnel No. 

25 pounder gum 

Armor piercing shot No. 

High explosive shells. .. .No. 

5 inch tank and anti-tank gun 

Armor piercing shot No. 

Chemical shells No. 

High explosive shells.... No. 

105 mm. gum 

High explosive shells... .No. 
4.5 inch goni 

High explosive shells. ...No. 
4.7 inch gum 

High explosive shells. .. .No. 

6 inch gum 

Armor piercing shot No. 

High explosive shells. ...No, 

Shrapnel No, 

155 mm. gun: 

Armor piercing shot No, 

High explosive sheila.... No. 

Chemical sheila No. 

8 inch gun: 

Armor piercing shells. .. .No, 

HLgh explosive shells — .No, 
8 and 9.2' inch gun, railway 
and aeacoast: 

Armor piercing shells. ...No. 
12, 14, and 16 inch gun: 

Armor piercing shot No. 

Armor piercing shells. ...No. 

High explosive shells. ...No, 
75mm. howitzer i 

High explosive shells.... No 

Chemical shells No. 

Shrapnel No. 

105 mm. howltser: 

Armor piercing shot No, 

High explosive sheila. .. .No, 

Chemical shells No, 

4.5 inch howitzer: 

High explosive shells No, 

Chemical shells No. 

5.5 inch howitier: 

High explosive shells. 

Chemical shells 

6 inch howitier: 

High explosive ehelle. 

Chemical shells 

155 mm. howltser: 

High explosive shells. 

Chemical ehelle No 

7.2 inch howitier: 

High explosive shells No 

Chemical ehelle No 

240 an. howitier: 

High explosive shells.... No 
81 9, 2, end 12 inch howltser 

High explosive ehelle.... No 
Field eeacoaat end railway 
artillery ammunition, 

n.e.e No 

Components for field, eeacoaat 
and railway artillery 
ammunition 



..No. 
..No, 



..So. 



61,360 
13,584 
998,621 



1,289,232 
181,600 



110,924 



2,675,513 

59,000 

4,562,687 

580,464 



1,113 

135 



1,493 
221 



264,109 

52,369 

3,584,638 



15,958,192 
2,030,057 



1,237,166 



89,615 



52,122,577 

754,370 
52,547,857 
4,607,254 



465,485 
666,497 
761,708 



439, SSO 
167,546 



569,965 
6,269,810 



475,099 



215,134 
558,765 



766 ,532 
232,086 



6,300 
350 



1,283,019 



108.79S 

528,217 
59, SSO 



21,257,072 
5,589,285 



411,777 

91,168 

5,842,352 



25,779,497 
3,997,725 



3,132,474 
529,025 



76,924,681 

1,114,191 
128,778,457 
10,099,643 



7,093,633 
6,759,638 
2,509,990 



445,639 

1,097,070 



1,275,680 
25,854,502 



1,606,914 



29,967,205 
5,19S,531 



88,890,499 
13,070,032 



1,900 

S17,870 

2,388,011 
101,500 

45,S17,89S 

4,910,846 



948401 
948405 
948405 

948407 
948411 

948413 
948415 
948417 

948421 
948422 
948423 

948425 

948427 

948431 
948455 



948501 
948503 
948S05 
948507 
948509 
948511 

948515 
948515 
948517 



9-^Cl 
948605 
94860S 



948609 
948611 



948617 

946621 
948625 
948625 
948627 

948651 
948633 
948655 
948656 
948637 

948641 

948645 
948645 
948647 



948653 
948655 
948657 

948661 
948663 
94866S 

948666 
948667 



948673 
94667S 



GROUT 9.— MISCELLANEOUS— Cont. 

FIREABNS, A10BNI7I0N AND 
FI JSWOBKS — Continued 

Firearms, ammunition and fire- 
works — Continued 
Ammunition for anti-aircraft 
artillery except machine gun: 
57 mm gun: 
Armor piercing shot. . . .?tound 
Armor piercing shells .. Bound 
High explosive s hs lis .. Bound 
40 mm. Bofore gun: 

Armor piercing shot. .. .Bound; 
High explosive shells. .Bound' 
3 inch anti-aircraft gun: 
Armor piercing shot. . . .Bound! 

High explosive shells No. 

Shrapnel No. 

90 mm. anti-aircraft gun: 

Armor piercing shot No. 

Armor piercing shells. ...No. 
High explosive shells... .No. 
3.7 inch gun: 

High explosive shells .No. 

4.7 inch gun: 

High explosive shells. .. .No. 
105 mm. gun 

High explosive shells — .No. 
Anti-aircraft artillery 

ammunition n.e.s -...No. 

Components for anti-aircraft 

artillery ammunition 

Aircraft gun ammunition, except 

machine gun: 

20 mm. Hispano Suixa gun: 

Balls Bound 

Tracers Bound 

Armor piercing shells. .Round 
High explosive shells. .Bound 

Incendiary Bound 

Inert shells Bound 

57 mm. aircraft gun: 

Armor piercing shells . . Round 
High explosive shells .. Bound 
Aircraft gun ammunition, 

n.e.s Bound 

Components for aircraft gun 

ammunition 

Naval ammunition, except small 
arms ammunition: 
20 mm. Oerlixon gun: 

Tree ere Bound 

High explosive shells. .Bound 
Anti-aircraft shelle ... Bound 

2 pounder, 40 mm. gun: 

High explosive shells . . Bound 
40 mm. Bofors gum 

High explosive shells. .Hound 

Anti-aircraft shells Bound 

1.1 inch gun: 

Anti-aircraft shelle.. 

3 pounder gun: 
Common shelle No 

12 pounder gun: 

Common shelle No . 

5 inch 25 caliber gun: 

Anti-aircraft shelle No. 

Common shells No. 

Illuminating shells No. 

Shrapnel No, 

3 inch 50 caliber gun: 
Armor piercing shells. ...No 

Anti-aircraft shells No, 

Common shells No. 

Illuminating shells No. 

Shrapnel .No. 

4 inch British type, gun: 
Illuminating shelle No. 

4 inch 50 caliber gun: 

Common shells No. 

Illuminating shelle No. 

Shrapnel No. 

4.7 inch gun: 
Illuminating ehelle No. 

5 inch 25 caliber gun: 

Armor piercing shells. ...No. 

AnU -aircraft ehelle No. 

Illuminating shells No. 

5 inch 58 caliber gun: 

Anti-aircraft ehelle No. 

Common shelle No. 

Illuminating shelle No. 

5 inch 51 caliber gun: 

Common ehelle No. 

Illuminating shells No. 

5 inch caliber gun: 
Anti-aircraft shell No. 

6 inch 47 caliber 8 Inch 55 
caliber, 12 inch 50 caliber, 
16 inch 45 caliber, and 

16 inch 50 caliber gun: 
Armor piercing shells. .. .No. 
Anti-aircraft shelle No. 



1,165,720 

157,200 

2,116,749 

745,726 
7,579,100 

46,922 
33,000 



4,050 

5,674 

106,222 



74,178 



16,505 400 



S,8S7,760 

1,761,140 

302,010 

8,280 

271,464 
435,640 



:,?63,13c 

405,266 

5,740,644 

5,117,041 
29,517,863 

1,165,085 
S15,S46 



60,872 
166, 7SS 

2,072,131 



1,426,737 
395,802 



9,472,944 



2,766,220 
7,454,546 

804,840 

708,705 

755,046 

497,786 



5,100,136 

1,600,768 

302,117 

6,011 

748,579 
1,305, 2S3 



50,522 



5,179,519 

6,163,177 

914,523 

2,233,377 

5,058,764 
1,923,823 



600 
1,802 
ISO , 



1,268 

198,091 

14,520 

31,205 



1,000 

1,550 



18,000 



119,126 
52,576 
16,708 



7,014 

10,958 

3,000 



18,592 

5,119,153 

277,719 

625,896 



29,542 

51,236 



130,950 



2,175,957 

1,051,162 

344,643 



5,943,950 

MB ,995 

8,317,246 

s,iiE,e3S 

46,561,240 

1,856,996 

1,529, '50 



261 .SCO. 

567,522 

6,770,520 



4,512,036 

1,102,959 



15,178,4 



3,522,5*5 

1,365,192 

201,751 

5,956 

1 ,144,166 

1,917,587 



49,199 



1,827,095 

536,712 

5,264,561 

5,487,197 
5,578,828 



12,000 
90,590 

1,740 



59,836 

6,356,564 

S0T,TTJ1 

986,562 



88,635 
138,411 



??:,.%.>: 



6,558,643 

3,001,172 

977,403 



30 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
coda No. 
(Sche- 
dule EO 



948677 
948679 



948701 
948702 

94e~.< 



94870S 
948706 
948708 
948709 
948715 
948715 
948719 
948721 
94872S 

94872S 



9487a 
948752 
948754 

9487 55 

948757 

948759 

948742 

948744 



948748 

948749 
948752 
948755 
9487 54 

94875S 



948758 
9487S9 

948761 
948765 
948769 

948771 
948779 



948789 
948791 



949750 
949795 
949795 
949796 
949798 



9S1000 
951200 
951400 
9S1600 
952200 
952500 

9SS001 

95S005 



95S0O6 
955007 
9S5098 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



OROUP 9.— MISCELLANEOUS— Cont. 

FIREARMS AMMUNITION AND 
FIREWORKS— Continued 

Firearms, ammunition and fire- 
works — Continued 
Naval ammunlt Ion, except small 
aroe ammunition — Continued 
Naval gun amnunltlon, 

n.e.s No. 

Components for naval gun 

ammunition 

Ammunition, n.e.si 

Fuses for guns No. 

Primers for guns No. 

Components for fuses and 

primers 

Grenades and parts I 
Hand grenades i 

Fragmentation No. 

Demolition No. 

anti-tank No. 

Incendiary No. 

Rifle No. 

Machine gun No . 

Components for grenades 

Anti-tank mines No. 

Components for anti-tank rainos.. 
Aircraft boobs and parts i 
20 and 25 pound 

fragmentation No. 

SO pound fragmentation and 

chemical No. 

40 pound fragmentation No 

100 pound chemical No 

100 pound general purpose and 

fragmentation No 

250 and 300 pound gereral 

purpose No. 

500 and 600 pound general 

purpose No . 

1000 to 1900 pound inclusive, 

general purpose No 

2000 to. 5900 pound inclusive, 

general purpose No. 

4000 pound and over, 

general purpose No. 

Incendiaryi 

4 pound No. 

Other No. 

325 pound depth bombs No. 

650 pound depth bombs No. 

250 pound semi-armor piercing 

bombs No. 

500 pound semi armor piercing 

bombs No . 

1000 pound semi armor 

piercing bombs No. 

1600 pound armor piercing 

bombs No. 

Aircraft bombs, n.e.s No. 

Parts and accessories for 

aircraft bombs 

Anti-submarine bombs No. 

Submarine mines No. 

Submarine mine parts and 

equipment 

Torpedoe No 

Parts and accessories for 

torpedos 

Depth charges, Y £un 

ammunition No 

Components for depth charges... 
Propelling charges for guns, 
4.5 inch to 16 inch and 

25 pounder 

Fireworks and pyrotechnics i 

Commercial and display 

Flame throwers No 

Flares, aircraft No 

Flares, airport No 

Other 



Net 
quantity 



31,001 



5,768,788 
921,486 



501,262 

520,750 
39,275 
300,642 



253,522 



1,858,542 



38,622 

165,172 
145,281 

16,892 

38,611,767 

6,416,664 

842 



97 
18,496 



375 
20,449 



3,789 



BOOXS, MAPS, PICTURES, AND 
OTHER PRINTED MATTER 

Books and pamphlets i 

Bound educational textbooks.. 

Other bound books 

Unbound books in sheets 

Catalogs and pamphlets 

Geographic maps and charts 

Music in books and sheets 

Photographs and blueprints! 

Plans and specifications for 
aircraft 

Plans and specifications for 
manufacturing of aviation 
gasoline 

Plans and specifications for 
manufacturing of aviation 
luM-ica'.inf oil 

Plans and specifications for 
manufacturing of tetraethyl 
lead 

Other 



110 

105,495 

5,519 



(*) 



Value 
(dollars) 



768,969 
1,874,715 



26,592,617 
247,932 



2,870,592 



341,475 

795,005 
50,202 
522,910 

1,435 

1,608,351 

15,654 



25,244,660 



1,868,533 
16,896,147 
29,355,330 

15,467,522 

104,760,797 

16,452,729 

161,777 

9,860 
3,644,759 

228,311 

101,445 

10,033,720 

14,311 

7,200 

375,181 
13,202,732 



207,015 
419,413 



7,722,987 



51,889 

446,784 

36,735 

7,126,731 



4,664 
86,878 

131 
75,534 
52,770 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



(♦) 
1,000 
500 



140,514 



2,079,950 
4,255,748 



9,246,890 
130,242 



835,296 



686,988 

843,724 
91,066 
760,624 

7,236 

1,898,492 

33,755 



S5, 832, 442 



9,948,826 
88,688,948 
150,249,843 

74,702,498 

198,572,567 

54,693,712 

291 ,870 

52,685 
18,956,025 

581,250 

475,690 

18,400,736 
41,280 
14,395 

1,009,030 
1,520,391 

5,823,807 

486,846 
1,922,650 

20,759,994 



12,526 

262,916 

15,228 

28,686,667 



4,651 

108,177 

148 

180,726 

22,605 



(*) 



600 

1,220 



61,387 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



95SSO0 
9S5SOO 
956000 
956300 
956500 

956901 



956906 
958907 
956998 

9S7000 

957100 
957200 

957900 

968000 
958100 
958900 
959105 
959198 



962100 
962500 
962600 

962700 
982800 
962900 
963500 



9680OU 
968501 



969300 
969600 
969900 



971250 
971290 
971300 



979100 
979200 
979500 

979400 
979900 

980000 
980700 



981203 
981205 
981207 



981301 
981303 



981305 
981307 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



GROUP 9 MISCELLANEOUS— Cont. 



BOOXS, MAPS, PICTURES, AND OTHER 
PRINTED MATTER— Continued 



Newspapers, current 

Periodicals No 

Calendars, printed or unprlnted.. 
Lithographically printed matter. . 

Playing cards Pack 

Printed matter, n.e.s. i 
Plans and specifications for 

aircraft 

Plans and specifications for 
manufacturing of aviation 

gasoline 

Plana and specifications for 
manufacturing of aviation 

lubricating oil 

Plana and specifications for 
manufacturing of tetraethyl 

lead 

Other >. 



CLOCKS AND WATCHES 

Clocks, electric No. 

Clocks, n.e.s., except electric i 

1-day alarm clocka No, 

Mantel, novelty, and wall 

clocks No , 

Other clocks and parts 

Watches i 

Without jewels No, 

With Jewels No, 

Parte 

Marine chronometers No, 

Time-recording devices and parts . , 

ART WORTS 

Paintings, etohinge, engravings, 
statuary and antiques 



Jewelry and other articles to be 
worn on or carried about the 
person! 

Of solid gold or platinum 

Of other metals — 

Men' e jewelry 

Women's Jewelry.... 

Other articles 

Of other materials- 
Men's Jewelry 

Women's Jewelry 

Other articles 

Jewelry findings, parts, and 
materials 



MISCELLANEOUS, N.E.S. 

Bottle and container closure. Gross 
Thermostatic bottles, carafes 
Jars, Jugs, and other 

thermostatic containers No. 

Parts of thermostatic containers 
Composition roofing! 

Asphalt roofing Square 

Asbestos roofing Square 

Other roofing Square 

Buttons, button parte, etc.: 

Of cellulose compounds, galallth, 

and other compounds Gross 

Of pearl or shell Gross 

Of other matsrialB Gross 

Button parts, backs, blanks, 

or molds Gross 

Lamps and illuminating devices, 
except electrici 

Incandescent mantles No* 

Lanterns , wick No. 

Gasoline pressure lamps, 

lanterns, and parts 

Other lamps, except electric. No 
Other lighting devices and 

parts, except glass 

Matches 

Fire-fighting equipment, except 

automotive fire engines 

Molded products — 

Of phenol-formaldehyde, 

fabricated 

Of methyl methacrylate. 

Of nylon 

Of urea-formaldehyde, 

fabricated 

Of other synthetic gums and 

resins Lb, 

Other synthstlc resin products — 

Phenol-formaldehyde products, 

fabricated, not molded. ...Lb, 

Methyl methacrylate products, 

fabricated, not molded ... .Lb, 

Nylon products Lb. 

Urea-formaldehyde products, 

fabricated, not molded Lb. 

Other synthetic reein 
products .Lb. 



. . . .Lb. 
. . . .Lb 
Lb. 

Lb 



Net 
quantity 



126,400 



(•) 



505 
529,559 



531 
106,358 



1,248 



43,483 



2,124 



60,880 
1,012 
26,000 



846,482 

10 

574,842 



109,528 
157,516 



9,294 



63,234 



Value 
(dollars') 



17,607 



1,460 



(•) 



1,290,466 

10,955 
498,409 

5,680 

1,525,787 

168,929 

US, 261 

24,329 



105 
76 



8,169 



250 
13,400 

232,671 



6,800 



1,912 
72 

88,057 
12,584 
50,713 



693,568 

92 

631,083 



12,621 
206,101 



81,212 
42,306 



578,414 
524,208 



26,336 



11,555 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



45,685 

554 



(•) 



2,064,075 

3,155 
733,488 

3,105 

189 
40,661 

2,954 
14,208 

6,018 



286 
"1^698 



495 
7,157 



48,924 



45,894 



6,154 
55 

3,636,959 

458,425 

1,540,500 



454,463 

21 

379,000 



11,012 
485,818 



77,225 
29,985 



1,085,8 
2,605,8 



1,525,525 



71,256 



13,442 



31 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEJJD-L^ASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR TfEAR 1944— Continued 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 
quantity 



Value 
(dollars) 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



Commodity 
code No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



Cocoodity description and unit 
of quantity 



Net 

quantity 



Value 
Mian 



Shipping 
weight 



981900 
982CO0 



982100 
982200 
982400 

982501 
982610 
982691 
982700 

982800 

982900 
985000 



983100 
985200 
984005 
984098 



984100 
984200 
984600 



OBDUP 9.— MISCELLANEOUS— Cont, 
MISCELLANEOUS, N.E.S.— Continued 

Manufactures of cellulose 
acetate | n.e.s 

Manufactures of all compounds of 
cellulose (except cellulose 
acetate) , n.e.s 

Sponges, natural or synthetic 

Toothbrushes Doz. 

Toilet brushes, other than 
toothbrushes Doz, 

Paint brushes Doz. 

Household brushes Doz. 

Other brushes Doz. 

Combs No . 

Pipes and smoker's articles! 
Tobacco pipes (of all 

materials Doz. 

All other smokers' articles 

Plates and cuts, electrotype, 
stereotype, halftone, litho- 
graphic , or engraved Lb. 

Umbrellas and parasols No. 

Candles Lb, 

Beads and bead articles 

Notions, cheap novelties, and 
specialties, n.e.s 

Household and commercial 
refrigerators i 

Mechanical No, 

Ice, not mechanical No, 

Soda-fountain equipment and 
bar supplies 

Pishing tackle and equipment 
suitable only for commercial 
fishing 



15,041 

4,824 
647 
444 

16,242 
1,096,056 



122,627 



32,504 
7,616 
15,153 

20,402 
2,306 
1,670 
71,475 
28,529 



222,397 



15,147 
11,115 
6,091 

19 ,123 
922 
1,346 
81,947 
23,648 



9,614 



217,037 

2 

575,992 



54,893 
21 

97,898 



254,509 
119 

705,700 



986000 
9871X 



987200 
990000 



999810 
999820 
999830 
999840 
999850 

999860 

999890 
999910 



190,749 

160,322 

8,475 



335,223 

719,403 
23,164 



999950 
999990 



CaoOP 9 MISCELLANEOUS— Cont. 

MISCELLANEOUS, N.E.S Continued 



Shoe findings (except leather 

and rubber) 

Trunks 

Coin-operated coaaodity-vending 

machines No 

Other coin-operated machines 

except musical No 

Household and personal effects... 
All commodities exported for 
relief of charitv; 

Pood 

Clothing 

Blankets and beddings 

Drugs and biological supplies.. 
Surgical, sanitary and hospital 

supplies and equipment 

Ambulances and other motor 

equipment 

Other 

General merchandise valued at 

$10 or 1 1 s s 

(This comnodity number should be 
applied to i 

(a) All single items of 

Schedule B conrodities 
valued at £10 or less. 

(b) All totals of Schedule 

B commodities, single 
items of which are valued 
at $10 or less. 

Miscellaneous military and naval 
equipment, unclassified 

All articles, n.e.s 



101,128 



-•ii ,;<^4 



8,595 



-.-,?:- 



263,3t>4 

66,364 

14,160 
144,064 

22,422 



3,669 

98,409 

462,400 
60,628 

1?7,576 



(*) 



(•) 
309,502 



(*) 

SIS, 458 



32 



ED STATES EXPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM: CALENDAR YEAR 1944 • 



.'oc- Kilt} 
^>ie V'. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



080606 

092S00- 
092900, 
094205- 
099998 



iaou ■- 

120150 
120210- 
120250 

125990 

153500 

151100- 

151200 

154011 

154905 

161905 



200100- 

200600 

201400- 

209990 

212500, 

218905- 

218998 

233905 



502000- 

501900 

301500- 

501900, 

519110- 

519900 

320S01- 

320305 , 

3205 Or - 

320515, 

320517, 

320S21- 

320598 

322400 

322401 

367500- 

368100 

366601 , 

368SO0 



400100- 
400S98 
410000- 



Coenodlty description and unit 
of quant. ty 



OROUP 00.— ANIMALS AND ANIMAL 
PRODUCTS, EDIBLE 



GROUP AMMAL AND ANIMAL 

PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE 



60x601- 

604200 

654501- 

564996 

656501- 

656598 



Sp«rm and whale oil Lb. 

Other animal products, Inedible... 



GROUP 1 VEGETABLE FOOD 

PRODUCTS AND EEVERAGES.. 



Beans, dry, ripe Lb, 

Peas, dry, ri-)S Lb 

Other vegetables and preparations 



I'es. 



.Lb 



Coffee Lb, 

Peoper Lb 

Cloves, unground Lb 

Sugar Lb, 

OROUP 2.— VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, 
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS AND 
HOOD 



Rubber crude Lb 

Rubber manufactures 



Other guns and resins Lb, 

Quebracho extract Lb, 



GROUP 3.— TEXTILE FIBERS AND 
UANUFACTVHES 



Cotton manufactures: 

Cotton cloth, unbleached.. Sq. yd. 



Other cotton manufactures. 



f actures fibers . . . .Ton 



Jute bags Lb 

Jute bags No. 



hearing apparel 

Other wool or mohair manufactures. 



GROUP 4 V.0OD AND PAPER. 



Hardwood logs N bd.ft. 

Boards, planks, and 

scantlings M bd.ft 

Newsprint paper Lb. 

GROUP 5.— NONMETALLIC iCNLliALS 



CROUP 6.— METALS AND :JANU- 
F1CTOHES, EiCE.PT MACHINERY 
AND VEHICLES 



Ingots, bars, plates, etc. 
Nickel and manufactures... 
Tin and manufactures 



Net 
quantity 



43,905 



834,817 
65,893,277 



427 ,668 

200 

30,537 

200 

17,202,984 



37 
55,237 



192,422 



1 
894,675 



Value 

(dollars) 



4,153 
445,625 



4,476,254 



48,163 

3,517,125 

33,900 

263,826 

36 

3,540 

127 

609,53° 



209,726 



8S.783 
119,885 

33 
4,025 



85,839 



77,607 
106 



7,717 



29,967 



363 
27,101 



949,863 



15,761 
672,358 
123,595 



Shipping 

weight 
(pounds) 



2,56 8,419 



54,805 
2,513,614 



66,197,342 



851,101 

66,978,636 

211,233 

785 ,905 

208 

37,031 
215 

17,333,013 



308,646 
271,329 

49 
S6,137 



215,296 



162,140 
45 



52,759 



945,815 



41,819 



2,557 
901,439 



3,825,3a7 



118,075 

2,071,336 

237 635 



Commodity 
cods No. 
(Sche- 
dule B) 



657000 
657101 



707605- 

708900 

701300- 

707590, 

709200- 

709998 

760000- 

789998 



794705 
794798 



794898 
794913 



830990 
831000- 
834620, 



Commodity description and unit 
of quantity 



914200- 
915800, 
916011- 
919005, 
919098 



947725 
947845 



948305 
948392 



948713 
948759 

948771 

951000- 

951600 

952200- 

952300, 

955005- 

956500, 

956905- 

956998 

956901 

none, iq 



CROUP 6.— METALS AND MANU- 
FACTURES, EJEEPT MACHINERY 
AND VEHICLES— Continued 

Zinc. 

Ore concentrates and dross cast 
in slabs, plates, or 
blocks C.lb, 

Special high grade containing 
not over .v>07$ lead, not over 
xJOSJlron, not over .oost 
cadmium, no aluminium and at 
least r9.'"9$ sine Lb, 

CROUP 7.— MACHINERY AND 
VEHICLES 



Signal and communication devices. 



Other electrical machinery rnd 
apparatus 



Agricultural machinery and 

implements 

Aircraft: 

Aircraft, parts and accessories 
Carburetors, cowls, crank 

cases , etc. 

Other engine parts and 

accessories , 

Aircraft instruments and 
parts of: 
Self-cyrchronous transmitters 
and indicators such as 
selsyns and synchro units and 
switchboards therefor, for 

aircraft 

Other instruments and 

parts of 

Propeller parts and accessories. 
Aircraft parts and accessories, 



Net 
quantity 



550,144 



848,197 



Other. 



GROUP 8.— CHEMICALS AND :£- 
LATED PRODUCTS 



Arsenious oxide Lb. 



Other industrial chemicals. 



GROUP 9 MISCELLANEOUS. 



Scientific and professional instru- 
ments, apparatus, and supplies 
except military 



Firearms ammunition and fireworks; 
Firearms and ordnance: 
Automatic arms, n.e.sf 

Other automatic arms.n.e.sJfo. 
Field artillery and parts: 

Field artillery, n.e.s...No. 
Aircraft armament and parts 
except machine guns and 
anti aircraft artillery: 
20 mm Hispano Suiza Ml 

aircraft guns No. 

Anna: ration for field, sea- 
coast, and railway artillery, 
75 mm. and over: 

Chemical shells No. 

Field, seacoast, and railway 
artillery ammunition, n.c& No. 
Atmnunition, n.e.s: 

Rifle No. 

Parts and accessories for 

aircraft bombs 

Torpedos No. 

Books and pamphlets 



Maps, pictures, and other printed 
matter, except military 



4,445,931 



10, 000 
4,496 
2,000 



Value 
(dollars) 



59,689 



78,460 



279,685 



188,953 



10,041 


7,209 


8,875 


89,534 


S7,413 


20,124 


773 


71 



1,071 



2,178 
10,329 



25,759 



11,450 
14,309 



277,851 



22,600 



124 

121,738 



4,048 

62,265 

50,292 

6,468 

300 
8,000 

1,806 



Shipping 
weight 
(pounds) 



550,144 



848,197 



204,554 



82,903 



263 
3,785 



678,485 



479,075 
3?9,408 



406,723 



1,824 
13,618 



162,500 

150,276 

6,400 

916 
5,361 



■Data are shown only for active commodity code numbers. 



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U. S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1945-677200-9 



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